Einar Tangen explains how Beijing is enacting registration for migrants

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Einar Tangen explains how Beijing is enacting registration for migrants

Every Chinese citizen should have a hukou, or residence registration account, which determines their access to education and other social welfare services.

For millions of people who work and live in the Chinese capital without a hukou for Beijing, they now see hope.

The Beijing municipal government has issued a draft regulation of a point system to allow migrants to get registered.

For more, CCTV America’s Phillip TK Yin interviewed Einar Tangen. He is an Economic and Public Affairs commentator
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Einar Tangen explains how Beijing is enacting registration for migrants

Einar Tangen explains how Beijing is enacting registration for migrants

Every Chinese citizen should have a hukou, or residence registration account, which determines their access to education and other social welfare services. For millions of people who work and live in the Chinese capital without a hukou for Beijing, they now see hope. The Beijing municipal government has issued a draft regulation of a point system to allow migrants to get registered. For more, CCTV America's Phillip TK Yin interviewed Einar Tangen. He is an Economic and Public Affairs commentator