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A Yangtze River boomtown reveals the dark side of China’s rapid urbanization. The skyline looks like another Hong Kong, with towering modern buildings and soaring bridges, but a closer look reveals worsening social stratification. By focusing on short-term economic gains, Chinese leaders risk creating divided cities with expansive slums and ghettoes of extreme wealth.
(2013). Chongqing's Challenge. The Cairo Review of Global Affairs,
"Chongqing's Challenge." The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, no. 11, 2013,