How The Entry Bans Split China’s Transnational Families
This is an original article written byLiu Ruoxi for Sixth Tone. You can read the original article here:
China now allows residence permit holders to reenter the country (Sept. 28,) but the forced separations of the past few months suggest it’s time to fix its outdated immigration policies
Image: Wenzhou (Zhejiang Province) via chinadialogue.net
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From the Original Article –
Liu Ruoxi is a Ph.D. student in sociology at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests include immigrants and self-employment.
The author has used pseudonyms to protect the privacy of his research participants.
Translator: David Ball; editors: Cai Yineng and Kilian O’Donnell; portrait artist: Wang Zhenhao.
Source: Liu Ruoxi (Sixth Tone)