A girl whose family name is Ouyang and whose parents are migrant workers sits on a bed in the home she shares with her grandparents in the village of Zhuangshuzui, Hunan Province, China, on April 30 last year. Nearly four in 10 of China’s rural youths — 61 million altogether — are “left-behind children” whose parents have joined a mass migration to cities where they can earn higher wages, but not afford to raise a family.Jun 16, 2013FULL STORY
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