The urbanisation of China over the last three decades has been a hugely significant development, both for Chinaas reform process and for the world more generally. This book presents recent research findings on Chinaas continuing urban transformation. Subjects covered include the decline of the rural-urban divide, the spatial restructuring of Chinese urban centres and urban infrastructure, migrant workers, new housing and new communities, and qgreenq responses to urban environmental problems. The book is particularly valuable in that it includes much new work by scholars based inside China.... that legally defines their home town, and they are divided into two classes: urban and rural (Duan and Liang, 2004; Woronov, 2004; Hu and Szente, 2010). ... In 2010, Liu produced a Mastera#39;s thesis on aviator families in Fuzhou, Jiangxi Province (Liu, 2010). ... finding a place to rent, dealing with school fee problems, and emotional support, as well as dealing with feelings of emptiness and depression.
|Title||:||Transforming Chinese Cities|
|Author||:||Mark Y. Wang, Pookong Kee, Jia Gao|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-04-03|