Published on Jan 1, 2017
The biggest real estate developer in the world is – unsurprisingly – a Chinese. And he is convinced opportunities are equal for all in China. But do the scaffold builder from the countryside and the car salesman from the Chinese capital, representing the social strata of Chinese society, share his believe in the Chinese Dream? The Chinese Bubble shows how class differences motivate a country to move forward in uncertain times. It helps explain the delicate balance of Chinese growth and explores the sacrifices of the people who are making it happen.
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