Duan, who comes from a remote village in Hunan in the South of China, is a street cleaner in Canton. She lost her ability to speak at a very young age due to an accident. Despite the overall increase of welfare in China during the years of economic reforms, the accumulated new wealth is not spread equally across the society. Even so, Duan and her husband are doing their best to live an honest and meaningful existence.
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