Chen Nianxi, who started writing about how Chinese people were learning to live with the virus in rural areas, is one of the participants in the biannual Global Migrant Festival. Photo: Handout Chen Nianxi, who started writing about how Chinese people were learning to live with the virus in rural areas, is one of the participants in the biannual Global Migrant Festival. Photo: Handout
Chen Nianxi, who started writing about how Chinese people were learning to live with the virus in rural areas, is one of the participants in the biannual Global Migrant Festival. Photo: Handout

‘I have seen many bad things’: migrant workers of world get chance to share their stories at online festival that began in Singapore

  • A Chinese demolition labourer turned poet is one of 200 migrant workers sharing experiences in the virtual arts and culture festival
  • Migrant workers from India to Malaysia and Singapore have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chen Nianxi, who started writing about how Chinese people were learning to live with the virus in rural areas, is one of the participants in the biannual Global Migrant Festival. Photo: Handout Chen Nianxi, who started writing about how Chinese people were learning to live with the virus in rural areas, is one of the participants in the biannual Global Migrant Festival. Photo: Handout
Chen Nianxi, who started writing about how Chinese people were learning to live with the virus in rural areas, is one of the participants in the biannual Global Migrant Festival. Photo: Handout
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