A migrant worker’s home

If you want to learn more about Suzhou and its migrant workers, check out my article China struggles with growing urbanisation

A migrant worker's home Suzhou

A migrant worker’s home. Suzhou, China-2010.

6 thoughts on “A migrant worker’s home

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  2. This is an amazing picture. Beautiful and yet shows the devastating conditions poor people live under. It’s really sad that Chinese authorities take such a bind folding approach – as if closing the eyes makes poverty go away. On the other hand I am not surprised. I read your article on Al Jazeera; excellent reportage.

    • Thank you Otto! Working on an a new article that will address this issue further. Also, I have revamped my site to better reflect the topics that I want to focus on. Hope you like it.
      PS: I have enjoyed many of your stories and photos. Seems like we share some interests and concerns.

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