Another Great Leap
Rural migrants work in a sweatshop in urban China
A 50-year-old rural migrant works in a garment sweatshop on the outskirts of the southwestern Chinese megapolis of Chongqing.
They often work through the nights, earning 1,000 - 6,000 yuan per month depending on work load, a decent income compared with subsistence farming.
For many, this is a long and arduous step in the transition from farming to urban living.
China is hoping by relocating farmers into cities they would start to buy food, making a...