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Migrant people museum to open in SW China

10-11-2011 14:04 BJT

Temporary residence permits used by migrant people on display in
China’s migrant people museum, which will be opened on Oct 13 in
southwestern Sichuan province. With a floor area of more than
2,400 square meters, the museum contains six pavilions. On show
are certificates, working tools used by migrant people and pictures
and texts about their lifestyle. The opening of the museum is part
of the 2011 Conference on Migrant People’s Work jointly held by
the Ministry of Agriculture and the Sichuan Provincial Government.
[Photo/CFP]

 

Photos of children, who have been left in their hometowns while their migrant worker parents
find work elsewhere in the country, are shown in the museum. [Photo/CFP]

Working tools used by migrant people on display in the museum. [Photo/CFP]

Stories about mine workers and their lives are on display in the museum. [Photo/CFP]

 

 

 

 

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: China Daily

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