Qu Ting, 23, faced difficulties getting an education after her father died and her mother abandoned her in Shanghai. "I am strong," she says, "I am tough."
Qu Ting, 23, faced difficulties getting an education after her father died and her mother abandoned her in Shanghai. "I am strong," she says, "I am tough." Wang Yi Jie/PSU/MCT
Qu Ting, 23, faced difficulties getting an education after her father died and her mother abandoned her in Shanghai. "I am strong," she says, "I am tough." Wang Yi Jie/PSU/MCT

Chinese youths' education decisions have lifelong effects

June 28, 2010 01:12 PM

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