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been invited to teach an English lesson to the students. In China, when you are
born you receive a huko from the place you were born. (like your social
insurance) But the help from the government you are entitled to doesn’t apply
if you move somewhere else to work. Therefore, anyone not originally from a
city is a migrant worker, and their children can’t go to the public schools. So
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