Migrant workers in Taiwan employed as domestic staff or care providers work an average of 17.72 hours a day, while 44.32 percent say they work 24 hours a day, a survey commissioned by the government has shown.Read More
OFUNATO, Japan - "Diyos ko po." When the ground shook and buildings trembled that cold afternoon in March 2011, the Tagalog prayer which means "God please help me" were the first words that came instantaneously from Gina Konishi.Read More
Han Fang, a woman in Tianjin, is very worried these days, as she has not yet found a suitable nanny.
"I'm looking for an experienced postnatal nanny who can care for a new-born baby and cook for the mother, as my daughter will give birth in February. But the problem is, the birth will coincide with Spring Festival and most nannies will go back home for
BEIJING - Three major cities plan a limited relaxation of restrictions on the children of migrant workers seeking to enter university-track schools, China National Radio reported on Sunday, an apparent response to protests over discriminatory practices.Read More