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Reply #22 LCSULLA's post


The Chinese Government has the moral responsibilities to look after their welfare.

They are as much a Chinese citizen as the next Chinese who owes a string of

enterprises. They belong to the country as much as the country belongs to them!

These people should hold what the President of China has pledged:



Hu: CPC must serve the people


By Zhao Huanxin (China Daily)
Updated: 2011-07-02 07:39

Excerpt:



All the comrades in the Party should bear in mind that all

people are equal before the law.


We should ensure that development is for the people and

carried out by the people and that they share in the fruits

of development.

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Post time 2011-8-27 10:04:04 |Display all floors
Sans, good news indeed if the local gov't can actually place all these kids in schools. Here's hoping they can make good on their word huh?

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Post time 2011-8-31 04:01:18 |Display all floors
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The Chinese Government should implement such a scheme nationwide immediately .....

schooling and food for the children of the hard core poor or the needy. No child

should be left out or discriminated on!



Rural students get free lunch in NW province


Updated: 2011-08-30 21:26

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Students get a free lunch at a primary school in Haiyuan county, Northwest China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region, Aug 30, 2011. About 20,000 students in Ningxia have been getting free lunch since Tuesday after the province began an assistance program covering nine counties for students in rural mountainous areas. Each student will get a 4-yuan ($0.63) subsidy everyday. [Photo/Xinhua]





A student waits for lunch at a primary school in Haiyuan county, Ningxia Aug 30, 2011. [Photo/Xinhua]

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The Chinese Government has the obligation as pledged by President Hu ......


Hu: CPC must serve the people


By Zhao Huanxin (China Daily)

Updated: 2011-07-02 07:39


Excerpt:




We should ensure that development is for the people and

carried out by the people and that they share in the fruits

of development.

.

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Post time 2011-8-31 04:42:31 |Display all floors

Burned boy begs for help in E China


Updated: 2011-08-30 16:54

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Yang Weihao, a 9-year-old boy with a mask, holds a balloon while standing on a street in Hefei, capital city of East China's Anhui province on August 29. Yang's mother and aunt take him into the city to beg for donations for his medical service fee. Yang has to wear the mask to prevent the infection of his severely injured face which was badly burned by a straw fire in a farmland in his home village of Jieshou city, Anhui province on June 4, 2011. Yang's family has spent more than 200,000 yuan on the hospital treatment and cannot afford to provide any more money to complete Yang's treatment. They are begging for the fee of corrective surgery for Yang's left hand. Yang has to keep a ferula wrapped in cotton yarn in his mouth to prevent his lips from fusing together. Before Yang, a 5-year-old boy named Wang Gengxiang, who also wore a mask and suffered from severe burns, drew public sympathy and received donations after his story was posted on the Internet. [Photo/CFP]




Note:

Why can't he be placed in a welfare home for children instead of being driven to beg in the street?

Where is the caring government as the people were often told?

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Post time 2011-9-3 03:38:24 |Display all floors
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Hu: CPC must serve the people


By Zhao Huanxin (China Daily)
Updated: 2011-07-02 07:39



The empty stools of rural village life in China


Updated: 2011-09-02 13:27

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Tian Yunxiu, 67, and his 65-year-old wife named Liu Dezhen, sit beside a buckwheat field in Mawan town of Northwest China's Shaanxi province with six stools for their six children, who left the village to work. In the process of urbanization, more rural people in China leave villages to work in cities with most working as migrant workers. The statistics of National Bureau of Statistics shows that China already had a total of 230 million migrant workers in 2009. As it is not easy to take families to settle down in cities, the migrant workers from rural areas have to leave their kids, wives and parents in their rural home, which makes the population of some rural areas mainly made up of women, kids and elderly people.

A survey conducted by China Agriculture University shows that there are about 87 million people left behind in rural area, comprised of 20 million kids, 20 million elderly people and 47 million women. [Photo/Xinhua]





Wang Guixian, 61, and his wife Zhang Shumei, with four stools reserved for their four children who left home to work, sit in front of their home in a village of Mawan county, Jingbian county, Northwest China's Shaanxi province, August 24, 2011.[Photo/Xinhua]

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Liu Shuzhen, 87, whose husband passed away, sits, with two chairs reserved for her husband and her son who left home to work, in a paddyfield in a village of Bailiu town, Xunyang county, Northwest China's Shaanxi province, August 30, 2011.[Photo/Xinhua]





Di Jinsheng, 65, and his wife Ju Yulan, sit in front of their cave-house with six stools reserved for their six children in Dijiahe village, Baishui county, Northwest China'a Shaanxi province, August 26, 2011. Some of their children left the village to work and some married away from their home village.[Photo/Xinhua]





Cheng Xiaolin and his two kids sits, with a seat chair reserved for his wife who left home to work, in a vegetable field in a village of Shuanglong town, Ankang city, Northwest China's Shaanxi province, August 28, 2011.[Photo/Xinhua]

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