A worker in Hebei province puts the final touches to the Chinese Labour Corps memorial. Photo: YouTube | TheCiBF

Memorial to Chinese labourers who helped allies in World War I struggles to find a home in Britain

  • The 30-tonne marble column cost 250,000 pounds to make and is ready to be shipped from China, where it was carved
  • But the group behind it has run into problems finding a suitable site for it to be erected, despite having the backing of London’s mayor
Topic |   Britain

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A worker in Hebei province puts the final touches to the Chinese Labour Corps memorial. Photo: YouTube | TheCiBF
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