Life at 21 in China

Life at 21 in China

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Wang's father and mother were very poor farmers but now slaughter ducks and sell them to restaurants in order to pay Wang's tuition, around $2,500 a year. It is nearly their entire annual income. But they say it's worth it. It's important for Wang's future and an investment in their own. In China, children are expected to support their parents in old age. (Gamay Palacios/ABC)
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