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60 China Poverty Pictures that Will Shock Malaysian To Insanity

  • More Than 82 Million Chinese Live on Less Than $1 a Day
  • China is one of the top five poorest countries in the world.
  • One in 10 Chinese is poor
  • Two hundred thousand Chinese don’t have access to electricity
  • Over 6 million Chinese don’t have access to clean fuel to heat their homes and cook

 

These pictures were taken at a plaster factory in Pailou Town, Dongbao District, Jingmen, Hubei Province. and posted on blogs in Chinese language. The person who posted these pictures says that there is almost no any work protection, and some of the workers are disabled and can not hear or speak. (source: blog on netease.com)

These pictures were taken at a plaster factory in Pailou Town, Dongbao District, Jingmen, Hubei Province.
and posted on blogs in Chinese language. The person who posted these pictures says that there is almost no any work protection, and some of the workers are disabled and can not hear or speak. (source: blog on netease.com)

These pictures were taken at a plaster factory in Pailou Town, Dongbao District, Jingmen, Hubei Province. and posted on blogs in Chinese language. The person who posted these pictures says that there is almost no any work protection, and some of the workers are disabled and can not hear or speak. (source: blog on netease.com)

These pictures were taken at a plaster factory in Pailou Town, Dongbao District, Jingmen, Hubei Province.
and posted on blogs in Chinese language. The person who posted these pictures says that there is almost no any work protection, and some of the workers are disabled and can not hear or speak. (source: blog on netease.com)

What these workers are eating? -- Water boiled noodle with no any vegetable and meat These pictures were taken at a plaster factory in Pailou Town, Dongbao District, Jingmen, Hubei Province. and posted on blogs in Chinese language. The person who posted these pictures says that there is almost no any work protection, and some of the workers are disabled and can not hear or speak. (source: blog on netease.com)

What these workers are eating? — Water boiled noodle with no any vegetable and meat (source: blog on netease.com)

What these workers are eating? -- Water boiled noodle with no any vegetable and meat

What these workers are eating? — Water boiled noodle with no any vegetable and meat

A boy, whose parents collect garbage for a living, plays on a makeshift swing at his dwelling, in Yuncheng, Shanxi province -Business Insider

A boy, whose parents collect garbage for a living, plays on a makeshift swing at his dwelling, in Yuncheng, Shanxi province -Business Insider

The Cave Homes of Gansu - http://austinguidryexperiencingchina.blogspot.my/

The Cave Homes of Gansu – http://austinguidryexperiencingchina.blogspot.my/

The Cave Homes of Gansu -http://austinguidryexperiencingchina.blogspot.my/

The Cave Homes of Gansu -http://austinguidryexperiencingchina.blogspot.my/

http://www.china.org.cn/

http://www.china.org.cn/

China’s “floating population” of migrant laborers consisted largely of poor, rural people moving to the cities in search of jobs http://www.paulsoninstitute.org/

China’s “floating population” of migrant laborers consisted largely of poor, rural people moving to the cities in search of jobs http://www.paulsoninstitute.org/

BEIJING - MAY 5: Migrant children from Henan province play in a puddle near a garbage site next to their home on May 5, 2003 in northern Beijing, China. Such garbage sites also serve as outdoor toilets for migrants from poor provinces. Due to a lack of education, many people from China's poor provinces cannot afford to have seperate locations for health and sanitary care, nor can they adhere to the guidelines given out by the health ministry, like wearing protective masks in order to curb the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) crisis. In China, 4,125 probable SARS cases and 197 deaths have been registered. (Photo by Iko Lee/Getty Images)

BEIJING – MAY 5: Migrant children from Henan province play in a puddle near a garbage site next to their home on May 5, 2003 in northern Beijing, China. Such garbage sites also serve as outdoor toilets for migrants from poor provinces. Photo by Iko Lee/Getty Images)

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China Rural Village

Farmers at Jiangman village of Qinglong county, Guizhou province, weigh a sheep before selling it. A growing number of farmers in the area are shaking off poverty through raising sheep. (China Daily / Zhang Daquan)

Farmers at Jiangman village of Qinglong county, Guizhou province, weigh a sheep before selling it. A growing number of farmers in the area are shaking off poverty through raising sheep. (China Daily / Zhang Daquan)

A Chinese family hace dinner at their makeshift shelters next to a construction site of new buildings in Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters

A Chinese family hace dinner at their makeshift shelters next to a construction site of new buildings in Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters

 

A child drinks water near a stream in Fuyuan county, Yunnan province March 20, 2009. World Water Day will be observed on March 22. Picture taken March 20, 2009. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

A child drinks water near a stream in Fuyuan county, Yunnan province March 20, 2009. World Water Day will be observed on March 22. Picture taken March 20, 2009. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

http://www.iran-daily.com/News/129228.html

http://www.iran-daily.com/News/129228.html

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http://gbtimes.com/china/china-increase-efforts-alleviate-poverty

http://gbtimes.com/china/china-increase-efforts-alleviate-poverty

Ten-year-old Jiao Qiang scavenges for a living at a landfill in Guiyang, Guizhou province. The country raised its poverty threshold to 2,300 yuan a year amid rising inflation and living costs. Photo by Wang Jing / China Daily; Graphic by Guillermo Munro / China Daily

Ten-year-old Jiao Qiang scavenges for a living at a landfill in Guiyang, Guizhou province. The country raised its poverty threshold to 2,300 yuan a year amid rising inflation and living costs. Photo by Wang Jing / China Daily; Graphic by Guillermo Munro / China Daily

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http://en.tengrinews.kz/finance/More-than-82-million-in-poverty-in-China-official-256902/

http://news.xinhuanet.com/foto/gzpk/english/2011-09/09/c_131124800.htm

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http://news.xinhuanet.com/foto/gzpk/english/2011-09/09/c_131124800.htm

http://news.xinhuanet.com/foto/gzpk/english/2011-09/09/c_131124800.htm

Wu Run, a 6-year-old girl from a poor family, buries herself among garbage at a residential community in Guiyang, Guizhou province, on Feb 25. Wu Dongjun / for China Daily

Wu Run, a 6-year-old girl from a poor family, buries herself among garbage at a residential community in Guiyang, Guizhou province, on Feb 25. Wu Dongjun / for China Daily

http://www.china.org.cn/

http://www.china.org.cn/

Children in a poverty-striken area in southwest China's Guizhou Province.

Children in a poverty-striken area in southwest China’s Guizhou Province

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Little boy in Guiyu, China. Electronic waste is routinely exported by developed countries to developing ones, where recycling is often done by hand in scrap yards, without adequate protection for workers and the environment.

Little boy in Guiyu, China. Electronic waste is routinely exported by developed countries to developing ones, where recycling is often done by hand in scrap yards, without adequate protection for workers and the environment.

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Child Labour in China

Child Labour in China

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Child Labour in China

Child Labour in China

Child Labour in China

Children play in Beijing - The Guardian

Children play in Beijing – The Guardian

Zuo Xiaohong (2nd L), 41-year-old female migrant construction worker washes her hair outside her dormitory after a shift at a residential construction site in Shanghai July 16, 2013. - The Guardian

Zuo Xiaohong (2nd L), 41-year-old female construction worker washes her hair outside her dormitory after a shift at a residential construction site in Shanghai July 16, 2013. – The Guardian

The Guardian

The Guardian

A female construction worker takes a break during a shift at a residential construction site in Shanghai August 12, 2013. - The Guardian

A female construction worker takes a break during a shift at a residential construction site in Shanghai August 12, 2013. – The Guardian

Lives like garbage - Photography: Lu Guang

Lives like garbage – Photography: Lu Guang

 

 Lives like garbage - Photography: Lu Guang

Lives like garbage – Photography: Lu Guang

 Lives like garbage - Photography : Lu Guang

Lives like garbage – Photography : Lu Guang

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http://www.chinasmack.com/2008/stories/peasant-girl-my-life-is-miserable-because-i-am-poor.html

http://www.chinasmack.com/2008/stories/peasant-girl-my-life-is-miserable-because-i-am-poor.html

http://www.chinasmack.com/2008/stories/peasant-girl-my-life-is-miserable-because-i-am-poor.html

http://www.chinasmack.com/2008/stories/peasant-girl-my-life-is-miserable-because-i-am-poor.html

http://www.chinasmack.com/2008/stories/peasant-girl-my-life-is-miserable-because-i-am-poor.html

http://www.chinasmack.com/

http://www.chinasmack.com/

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Source : Daily Mail

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