A general view is seen outside a labour camp in Kunming, Yunnan province, November 22, 2013. Many of China's re-education through labour camps, instead of being abolished in line with a ruling ... more 
A general view is seen outside a labour camp in Kunming, Yunnan province, November 22, 2013. Many of China's re-education through labour camps, instead of being abolished in line with a ruling Communist Party announcement this month, are being turned into compulsory drug rehabilitation centres where inmates can be incarcerated for two years or more without trial. Human rights activists and freed inmates said drug offenders were still being forced to do factory work, as has been the practise under the re-education through labour system, colloquially known as 'laojiao'. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/John Ruwitch less 
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