China presents its own people and the rest of the world with a quite bewildering complexity, not only because of its size and variation, but also owing to the rapid pace of change. This book is an attempt at making some sense of a few key aspects of these complexities, through the research of a group of people (most of them geographers in Britain) working on various components of the demographic, regional and environmental systems.
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- Introduction — The Economic Reforms, Demographic Processes and Environmental Problems
- Palgrave Macmillan UK