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About This Episode
Migrant workers in Beijing are often stereotyped as a group of people who do manual work with little education and income. There are quite a lot of people who see them as robots who are strong but emotionless. They are judged by their work and low status. However, this documentary explores a deeper side and has found that they are not numb. Aside from following their daily routines, they also manage to take time from their weighty duties to live their lives to the fullest. As former farmers, migrant workers remain an unspoiled character of simplicity and purity, which allows them to fit into the city life. Moreover, their love of life enables them to survive and thrive.
Runtime : 00:07:58 Added : 04/24/2014
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Adobe Youth Voices
Adobe Youth Voices is the Adobe Foundation's signature philanthropy initiative empowering young people to Create with Purpose. Youth use digital tools to express themselves about issues important to them.