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วันอังคารที่ 28 มีนาคม พ.ศ. 2560

In China's northeastern border towns, the young go to S. Korea, the old fear crimes from across the ...

In China's northeastern border towns, the young go to S. Korea, the old fear crimes from across the ...
- As soon as one walks into Sanhe, a town in Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in Northeast China's Jilin Province, the desolation is plain to see. When entering the town, the Global Times reporter stumbled upon an activity center with its rusty sign fallen onto the hard dirt below. Some elderly men were sitting inside playing cards and mahjong, their only task all day long. The town itself has one main street. Many houses along the main strip have already become dilapidated. The Global Times reporter passed by a bank with its doors locked, a home with broken windows and dust-covered furniture, and a small hardware shop with open doors but no visible staff.