Karoline Kan


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BEIJING, CHINA:  TO GO WITH STORY "AFPLIFESTYLE-CHINA-RELIGION-CULTURE" (FILES) This file photo dated June, 1966 shows Chinese Red Guards, high school and university students, waving copies of Chairman Mao Zedong's "Little Red Book," parade in Beijing's streets at the beginning of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. During China's Cultural Revolution of 1966 to 1976, when at the command of Mao Zedong, one of the 20th century's most tyrannical dictators, Red Guards rampaged through much of the country, pillaging cultural symbols that were deemed as not representative of communist heroes Mao and Marx.  AFP PHOTO/FILES  (Photo credit should read JEAN VINCENT/AFP/Getty Images)
BEIJING, CHINA: TO GO WITH STORY "AFPLIFESTYLE-CHINA-RELIGION-CULTURE" (FILES) This file photo dated June, 1966 shows Chinese Red Guards, high school and university students, waving copies of Chairman Mao Zedong's "Little Red Book," parade in Beijing's streets at the beginning of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. During China's Cultural Revolution of 1966 to 1976, when at the command of Mao Zedong, one of the 20th century's most tyrannical dictators, Red Guards rampaged through much of the country, pillaging cultural symbols that were deemed as not representative of communist heroes Mao and Marx. AFP PHOTO/FILES (Photo credit should read JEAN VINCENT/AFP/Getty Images)
BEIJING, CHINA - DECEMBER 18: A Chinese student who is a child of migrants does eye exercises as part of a class at an un-official school on December 18, 2015 in Beijing, China. Schools for children of migrants are often unofficial or unrecognized by the state, and were established as a response to the education void created by the decades-long household registration or hukou system. A person's hukou entitles them to social services in their birthplace, meaning millions of Chinese who have migrated from rural areas to cities have been denied rights to urban public services. Reforms to the hukou system come after heavy criticism that it has aggravated a deep social divide in China. The changes could pave the way for up to 70 million children of migrant workers left behind in villages to join their parents in cities.  (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)
BEIJING, CHINA - DECEMBER 18: A Chinese student who is a child of migrants does eye exercises as part of a class at an un-official school on December 18, 2015 in Beijing, China. Schools for children of migrants are often unofficial or unrecognized by the state, and were established as a response to the education void created by the decades-long household registration or hukou system. A person's hukou entitles them to social services in their birthplace, meaning millions of Chinese who have migrated from rural areas to cities have been denied rights to urban public services. Reforms to the hukou system come after heavy criticism that it has aggravated a deep social divide in China. The changes could pave the way for up to 70 million children of migrant workers left behind in villages to join their parents in cities. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)
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