Mining in China is a notoriously dangerous occupation. In March, a late-night accident killed 19 miners in Shuozhou, Shangxi province. Photo: SCMP Pictures Mining in China is a notoriously dangerous occupation. In March, a late-night accident killed 19 miners in Shuozhou, Shangxi province. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Mining in China is a notoriously dangerous occupation. In March, a late-night accident killed 19 miners in Shuozhou, Shangxi province. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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Mining in China is a notoriously dangerous occupation. In March, a late-night accident killed 19 miners in Shuozhou, Shangxi province. Photo: SCMP Pictures Mining in China is a notoriously dangerous occupation. In March, a late-night accident killed 19 miners in Shuozhou, Shangxi province. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Mining in China is a notoriously dangerous occupation. In March, a late-night accident killed 19 miners in Shuozhou, Shangxi province. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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