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360-degree video of Picun

360-degree video of Picun

We visited Picun, where the New Worker Art Troupe is based, and captured the village with a 360-degree camera. You can watch this video on YouTube.

The first half of the video shows Picun, where thousands of migrant workers live. The second half shows the school established by the New Worker Art Troupe for migrant workers’ children, and the compound of the Migrant Workers’ Home which includes a museum, a library, a community store, and a theater.

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