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Life of a Tajik woman who married a Chinese migrant worker [Copy link] 中文

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During lunch time, Marcona and her son eat at the construction site's cafeteria. "At first, I was not accustomed to Chinese food, particularly spicy Sichuan food. People in my country eat a lot of bread, but Chinese people live on rice and noodles," she said. "But I have adapted to it now."

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Sometimes, the mother and son take their lunch back home to eat.

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Marcona gets along well with other migrant workers and their family members, all of whom are readily willing to provide help.

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Marcona says that she likes to wear this sweater that belongs to her husband as she thinks the red color suits her better.

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