[VIDEO] Budak Kecil Mencuri IPad #OnlyInChina

Budak kecil berusia kira-kira 4 tahun mencuri dengan menyembunyikan iPad di bawah bajunya. Please do not imitate this action!

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Budak kecil menyembunyi iPad di bawah pakaian

Budak perempuan tak sedar CCTV

Budak perempuan dalam video yang cuba mencuri iPad berwarna merah jambu dari kedai elektrik dengan menyembunyikan ia di bawah bajunya.

Budak kecil mencuri iPad.

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Rakaman CCTV tersebut difilemkan di sebuah kedai di China dan diposkan di laman web LiveLeak. Tidak jelas apa yang berlaku seterusnya - sama ada budak itu telah dihentikan oleh pekerja kedai itu atau ibunya menyedari kesalahan budak tersebut.

A peek into neglected children and the related social issues in China

China's social wave of rural-to-urban migration has put children at greater risk. According to research published by the All-China Women's Federation, around 61 million children are left behind in the countryside while their parents work in the cities.

Necessity makes left-behind children more self-reliant. In a survey of 3,086 left-behind children in primary & middle schools in Yunfu city, Guangdong, about half the respondents said that when they encountered problems, they tended to solve them on their own.

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