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60 mln kids in China living without their parents
More than 15 percent of "left-behind" children have no physical contact with their parents during the course of a calendar year, and 4 percent receive just one phone call a year。
What are the most prestigious jobs in China?
Find out the most prestigious jobs in China and the careers that parents would like their children to carry on. This infographic will also investigate characteristics of the ideal job for Chinese people.
Female adult ceremony held in NW China
Girls take part in a female adult ceremony in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, April 18, 2015.
- 60 mln kids in China living without their parents
- What are the most prestigious jobs in China?
- Female adult ceremony held in NW China
- The changing history of school uniforms in China
- An 18-truck wedding motorcade in Shaanxi
- Changes for miners in the last 30 years
- From a toddler to a beautiful mother
- Nadam: Time to celebrate harvests
- Tibetan cliff engravers
- A high-end blind date held in Wuhan
- Say hello to the second child
- Assistance centers for homeless children
- The yoga dream of the disabled
- Family of nine struggles to survive
- Chinese lonely hearts shop for sweethearts online
- Romantic temptation for temporary boyfriend
- Students returning from overseas have trouble finding jobs
- New semester, new faces at Tsinghua University
- The reunion of one big American and Chinese family
- 9-yr-old girl takes lead for 7-province journey
- Children smile after the quake
- Contemporary Chinese views on love and marriage
- Chinese graduate employment in 2013
- Higher degree graduates face battle in job market
- Dream coming true for a family adrift
- Parents pray to Confucius before Gaokao
- A glimpse into the world of autistic children
- NGO calls for protection of left-behind girls
- Klett brings China new babysitting theory
- China's first nude photographer
- Sitting exams becomes pet subject for students
- Beida stars
- Youth in action on climate change
- Rich Chinese seek American surrogate mothers
- Love miracle
- China trains male preschool teachers to boost masculinity
- 'Super' high schools recruit top students for profit
- Meeting life halfway
- China's left-behind children lag behind
- Fit to be tied
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