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YOUNGSTERS DRIVEN TO DESPAIR
    2015-06-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Feb 25, 2008: Zhang Yangyu, 12, from Taihu, Anhui province, hangs himself because he misses his parents, who left after a short Spring Festival family reunion. The parents moved to a city for better jobs.

    July 3, 2010: Five students from Xinglin, Shaanxi Province, agree to commit suicide together by drinking pesticide in an old temple. A passer-by finds them and all five survive. Four had parents who had moved far away to work.

    June 15, 2011: Xiao Yang, 10, from the village of Dawang in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, kills himself by drinking pesticide. He was looked after by his grandparents because his parents had gone to work in cities.

    June 17, 2013: Two girls, Xiao Li and Xiao Yu, both 12, from the village of Xingrong in Jiangsu Province, attempt suicide by taking sleeping pills after their parents move away. They are found and taken to a hospital. Both survive.

    Jan 20, 2014: Li Xiaolin, 9, from Wangjiang, Anhui Province, hangs himself because his mother, who was working in a city, would not come home for Spring Festival.(SD-Agencies)

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