The ones left behind by fast growing China

| September 9th, 2014

Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important festivals in China, a day when the moon reaches its perfect roundness of the year and families come together to enjoy moon cakes and grapefruits under the silver moon shine. However, in some rural areas of China, this precious family ritual has become luxury that many families can’t afford.

Thanks to the unprecedented speed of urbanization, China becomes the world’s second largest economy. While the society is moving forward everyday, many children are […]Read more…

10-year-old boy shoulders his family, sells fruits to support 70-year-old grandpa

| September 19th, 2010

"What is a typical 10-year-old boy’s life like? I think there should be cartoons and toys scattering around, scooter, after school plays, new clothes on festivals and lots of bounderless dreams. In a word, it should be a time when one enjoys love of the family and tastes the joyousness of growing up.”says the VJ of Discover Chongqing, who then introduces her subject of the day’s program: the untypical life a 10 year old boy Zhu Honglei (朱鸿磊).

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