Argues that the two hundred million Chinese migrant workers represent the country's most marginalized and impoverished group and cites the brutal conditions they endure, from illness to documented labor militancy.reasons for my visiting Gaoyan village tomorrow is to claim the wages they still owe me for my maintenance work last year.a#39; a#39;What? ... money? Or would he turn nasty and hire thugs to get rid of us a as in the stories I had heard so many times before? ... a#39;Do you think you have a chance of getting your money back?a#39; I asked.
|Title||:||Scattered Sand: The Story of China's Rural Migrants|
|Publisher||:||Verso Books - 2012-08-21|