Factory worker and mother-of-four Julia Rasyada in Taipei, Taiwan. In her spare time she has been attending professional beauty classes organised especially for migrant workers. Photo: Antonia Timmerman Factory worker and mother-of-four Julia Rasyada in Taipei, Taiwan. In her spare time she has been attending professional beauty classes organised especially for migrant workers. Photo: Antonia Timmerman
Factory worker and mother-of-four Julia Rasyada in Taipei, Taiwan. In her spare time she has been attending professional beauty classes organised especially for migrant workers. Photo: Antonia Timmerman

The migrant workers in Taiwan learning new skills with dreams of leaving manual labour behind

  • Despite many getting only one day off a week or less, a number of Southeast Asian migrant workers are spending that time bettering themselves
  • Non-profits such as One-Forty and Global Workers Organisation provide education in areas including Mandarin, business and computers

Topic |   Migrant workers in China
Factory worker and mother-of-four Julia Rasyada in Taipei, Taiwan. In her spare time she has been attending professional beauty classes organised especially for migrant workers. Photo: Antonia Timmerman Factory worker and mother-of-four Julia Rasyada in Taipei, Taiwan. In her spare time she has been attending professional beauty classes organised especially for migrant workers. Photo: Antonia Timmerman
Factory worker and mother-of-four Julia Rasyada in Taipei, Taiwan. In her spare time she has been attending professional beauty classes organised especially for migrant workers. Photo: Antonia Timmerman
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