Alleged Job-Recruiting Scams in China Turn Deadly
When a Shandong farmer called her son Zhang Chao and encouraged him to work hard at his new construction job, she didn’t realize the brief conversation would be their last.
“His tone was not like usual. He only answered my questions without mentioning anything himself,” recalled the devastated mother, who asked to be called by only her surname, Hou.
“I didn’t think too much about it.”
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