Another Great Leap
Rural migrants work in a sweatshop in urban China
Young people enjoy a barbecue under a bridge on the outskirts of a southwestern Chinese megapolis.
China is hoping by relocating farmers into cities they would start to buy food, making a break from the cycle of farmers consuming only what they produce.
China is pushing ahead with a dramatic, history-making plan to move 100 million rural residents into towns and cities between 2014 and 2020 — but without a clear idea of how to pay for the gargantuan undertaking...