Migrant Workers and the City: Generation Now
China is changing. Today’s migrants from the countryside are a world apart from their fathers and grandfathers who made the same journeys to the metropolises in search of work twenty and thirty years before them. Better educated and connected by technology, they now expect more than a wage from the society they can currently only skirt the fringes of. Having no desire to return home to do the farming, they want to stay, be accepted, and become the same as everybody else. In this refreshingly open and enlightening book by lauded author, Huang Chuanhui, we hear the stories and hopes for the future from the people who live in the basements of cities across China.
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