Left-behind Women and Children in Half Empty Fuyang : News Photo

Left-behind Women and Children in Half Empty Fuyang

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ANHUI, CHINA - APRIL 01: (CHINA MAINLAND OUT) Left-behind women and children on Monday April 01, 2013 in Fuyang, Anhui, China. This city is half empty because most young men chose to work in other places to build more fortune. (Photo by TPG/Getty Images)
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ANHUI, CHINA - APRIL 01: (CHINA MAINLAND OUT) Left-behind women and children on Monday April 01, 2013 in Fuyang, Anhui, China. This city is half empty because most young men chose to work in other places to build more fortune. (Photo by TPG/Getty Images)
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April 01, 2013
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165257349
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Leftbehind women and children on Monday April 01 2013 in Fuyang Anhui... News Photo 165257349Adult,Anhui,Child,Horizontal,Human Interest,Left Behind,WomenPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 TPGANHUI, CHINA - APRIL 01: (CHINA MAINLAND OUT) Left-behind women and children on Monday April 01, 2013 in Fuyang, Anhui, China. This city is half empty because most young men chose to work in other places to build more fortune. (Photo by TPG/Getty Images)