The hukou, or household registration, system has long divided China’s urban and rural...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 20, 2014
In an interview with TIME’s Elizabeth Dias, the Dalai Lama gave some thoughts on Xi...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 27, 2013
China’s countryside, where almost half of its population still lives, lags far behind the cities in its level of development. Average incomes are less than a third of their urban counterparts, and economic migration has...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 3, 2012
For Marketplace, Rob Schmitz visits with migrant laborers who have returned home to cities and towns in China’s interior from coastal factories, following an upsurge in investment there: Zhang Xianjun just returned from a...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 25, 2012
With rapid and profound economic and social changes underway in China, many aspects of day-to-day life are being transformed. Several artists have recently made efforts to document the current way of life for Chinese families as...
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