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Well written article, and I agree entirely. Thank you for your fresh point of view. Keep up the good work.

Interesting that the scholarship targets "recipients of a monthly income below RMB 800 or an average income per family member of less than RMB 400 who are unable to afford the overall cost of education."

This makes Chinese Wal-Mart factory workers excellent candidates, as they have time and again been paid illegally low wages (especially if one distinguishes overtime from the local monthly minimum wage).

If Wal-Mart were to really prioritize the needs of migrant women, it would drastically raise the prices its pays supplier factories.

As noted by Trina, "Of course Wal-Mart would never do anything so systemic."

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