tirsdag 5. januar 2016

'Belly money:' How China profits from population control

The odd collection of voices cuts through the cold Beijing air, the sounds emanating from a small, unremarkable back room. Inside, there's 20 or so people, most in their sixties and above. They're singing somber songs from the Chinese revolution, painfully and endearingly off-key.They call themselves a choir, but in reality, they're not there to sing. They are there to help one another grieve. Read more