If you don't pick cotton, you're fired

A nurse in Uzbekistan describes how medical staff are being sent to the cotton fields to help with this year's harvest.

Also, a Syrian family in California tell us about adapting to their new life and their fears for those they have left behind.

And Carrie Waley, born in China and now living in the UK, on trying to explain the Chinese to the British and vice versa.

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Wed 3 Oct 2012 23:32 GMT

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