Social Equity in a Time of Change
Chapter Seven: Finding a Place to Belong: China’s Rural Bachelors
Finding a Place to Belong: China’s Rural Bachelors
LEMUEL W. WATSON
When I was asked to think about the human affairs issues in China, I was enthused because I continue to see China as a mysterious and exciting place. I have visited China on two separate occasions as well as other Asian countries, but to get specific for such a vast country with many different regions and sub-cultures is challenging.
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