The little girl who survived a building collapse in China in her dead father's arms is a "left-behind" child who had just arrived for a reunion with her migrant worker parents, state media reported Wednesday. China has hundreds of millions of migrants who have moved from the countryside to its towns and cities in recent decades to find work, their labour fuelling the country's economic boom.
In cities across the country, migrant workers helped build the Chinese Dream. But for their children, many of whom remained in the countryside, life without parents has been a nightmare.
Chinese state media says 3-year-old was pulled from rubble 15 hours after collapse of decrepit homes in country's east
CHENNAI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Spinning mills in India's Tamil Nadu are hiring more migrant workers on low salaries as a growing number of educated youngsters in the southern state say no to exploitative working condi...
Rescuers pulled out a girl who survived under the remains of collapsed homes in the arms of her dead parents.