Rare look into Xinjiang Ep. 5: Worker caring for fellows as big brother

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    China Media Group (CMG) on September 18 released an eight-episode documentary titled “Rare Look into Xinjiang,” which interviewed eight migrant workers from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region who work far away from home, depicting how they earned a better life through their own hard work. The fifth episode tells the story of Dolihunjan, a 50-year-old man from Xinjiang. Dolihunjan began working away from his hometown 19 years ago and now works in an electronics factory in Nanjing City, east China’s Jiangsu Province. As the oldest among the factory’s 40 workers from Xinjiang, Dolihunjan is like a big brother to them. In the video, he was making naan bread for his colleagues on his day off. He said food from home will help the young workers adapt to the new life there. #China #Xinjiang

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