Chinese ‘left-behind’ boy’s message to parents touches many online

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    A “left-behind” 12-year-old boy in northern China’s Hebei province sent a video message to his parents who were working in a city, telling them not to tire themselves out and visit him more often. The video has gone viral on the country’s social media and touched many online.

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