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Focus on Migrant Workers
10m Migrants Move to City, Farmland Swap
Hebei: On-line Job System Help Rural Jobseekers
Songs, Kisses and Sweat on Labor Day of Migrant workers
60% of 'New Urban Migrants' Return Home Once a Year
62 Migrant Workers in Shanghai Hospitalized by Contaminated Food
Beijing Offers Free Vaccinations to Migrant Workers
Migrant Laborers Retrieve Unpaid Salaries
Free Legal Aid 'Assists' Migrant Workers
Trade Unions to Target Migrant Workers
Migrant Workers 'Have 20m' Kids back Home
China Launches HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Program
Trade Union Vows to Protect Migrant Workers
Survey Finds 40% Migrant Laborers Work Overtime
Migrant Workers Earn Average Monthly Income of US$120
Young Migrant Workers Shun Hard Labor in Cities
8 Million more Rural Migrant Workers to Join Trade Unions Next Year
Over 30 Mln Chinese Rural Migrant Youth Benefit from Training Program
Sichuan Tops Chinese Provinces as Largest Source of Migrant Population
China, Dupont Cooperate to Improve Work Safety
Gov't Earmarks 2 Bln Yuan to Train Migrant Workers
Official Calls for Greater Efforts to Help Migrant Workers
Injury Insurance to Cover More Migrant Workers
US$60 Bln to Reduce Industrial Accidents
Sexual Suppression Frustrates Migrants
Courts Help Migrant Workers Recover Unpaid Wages
Migrant Workers' Moving Stories
Occupational Illness and Injuries Cost Billions
Migrants Troubled by Lack of Sex
Legal Aid Procedures for Migrant Workers Simplified
Senior Official Urges Quick Set-up of Labor Contract System
China's Workers at Greater Risk of Illness, Injury on Job
Workers at Olympic Sites Receive Free Medical Aid
Trade Unions Call for Longer Lunch Breaks for Workers During Hot Weather
State Council Vows Rural Laborers to Be Paid on Time
Central Bank Provides Bank Cards for Migrants
Peking University Offers Free Training to Migrant Workers
Job Hunters to Receive Free Service at Agencies
Firms Face Penalties over Security Payments
Court Orders that 260 Migrant Workers Be Paid
China Faced with Skilled Labor Shortage
Foxconn Refutes Labor Allegations by UK Media
Improvement Promised on Work Safety
Unions Launch Campaign to Safeguard Migrant Workers
Migrant Workers Contribute 16% GDP Growth
Customers Want It Cheap, Workers Pay Heavy Price
Rural Labor Resources Shortage Felt in China
China Reports Fewer Work Accidents
New Policies to Facilitate Transfer of Rural Labor to Cities
Medical Insurance Regulation Benefits Migrant Workers
Photo Show Calls for Public Concerns over Rural Migrant Workers
Law to Ensure Education for Kids of Migrant Workers
Mistreatment of Workers Highlighted by Trade Union
18 Migrant Workers Win National 'Labor Medal' Award
Migrant Workers to Get Basic Job Healthcare
Workers' Welfare Urged
Workers Seek Changes in Labor Contracts
Equal Inoculation for Migrants' Children
More Migrant Workers Awarded "Labor Medals"
Migrant Wave Drives Shanghai's Population Growth
Pilot Scheme Benefits Migrant Workers
Urban Redevelopment Affects Migrant Workers
Migrant Workers Get More Protection
Labor Contract Law Draft Safeguards Workers' Rights
TB Hits Migrant Workers Hardest
China, EU Combine to Protect Rights of Female Migrant Workers
Protection 'Needed' for Migrant Workers
Projects to Further Protect Migrant Workers
Laws Needed to Ensure Migrant Workers' Wages
Farmers Hope for Promising Future
Wen's Commitments Sow Seeds of Hope in Migrant Workers' Hearts
Survey: 20% Migrant Workers Intend to Live in Cities
Migrant Workers Receive Help from Trade Unionists
Migrant Workers Expect Higher Monthly Salaries
Anti-AIDS Education Program Launched for Migrant Workers
Migrant Farmers Put Huge Strain on Trains
Education Key to Reducing Crime by Migrant Teenagers: Survey
Migrant Workers Spending Holiday in Cities
Chinese Cities Share New Year Festival with Migrant Workers
Government Helps Migrant Workers Get Unpaid Wages
Being to Build Ten 'Shelters' for Women Workers

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Developing modern agriculture is the Chinese government's top priority in building a new socialist countryside, according to a document jointly released by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council.
Eighteen children pose for a picture at a village in Ziyun Miao and Buyi Autonomous County in Guizhou Province, January 22. Among them, twelve children's parents left the village to work in big cities in coastal areas.
Chinese farmers saw their net incomes grow to 3,587 yuan ($460) last year, representing the third consecutive year of 6 percent year-on-year growth.
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