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Human library: Chinese immigrant

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Jane Liang came to Prince George from China to escape the one-child policy of that country.






Despite having a well-paid job at a prestigious company in China, Jane Liang wanted to leave in order to escape the one-child policy. Today she lives in Prince George and she shared her experience on our Human Library project.

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Prince George's "Human Library" project takes place at the Prince George Public Library Saturday, November 23. Click here for the full schedule.

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