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The rate of Chinese urbanization urbanisation over the last few decades has been astonishing. In 1990, a quarter of China's population lived in urban areas. By last year, over half lived in cities . and the rate isn't slowing. The governments government's building cities across the country, hoping to turn farmers into workers and consumers to drive economic growth. Ten years ago, our China editor Carrie Gracie began visiting a rural community , a thousand 1,000 miles southwest of Beijing. She'd She's seen White Horse Village undergo an extraordinary transformation into neon-lit Wuxi New Town. , and that means " extra goodies for some" .
The tiny 9-year-old nine-year-old and I have been staring at stuff stuffed toys and superheroes for a very long time.
" Peipei, " I saidsay, " you've got 300 yuan, . You can get whatever you want. Now , what is it that you want? "
He just keeps smiling up at me helplessly, popping hopping from one spiral sparrow leg to the other. It's already been a long day. We've , which started at 5 a. m. , when the BBC's White Horse Village crew stumbled from our hotel beds and struggled straggled across the new city's city square to get ready for a live interview into the News Night Newsnight programme. We are We're not the earliest people on the square , though, . The pavement on the main road is thickening with farmers from the surrounding hill villages, laying out their vegetables for keen inspection by the city people who were themselves farmers only five minutes ago. In the old days, and the old days here are only 10 ten years old, there was only farming in this valley.
- Words worth to be remembered:
vt. 搭乘 v. 单足跳跃〔跳行〕 vi. 双足或齐足跳行 n. 蹦跳,跳跃；跳舞；一次飞行的距离
vi. 迷路；落伍，掉队；四散，蔓延 n. 散乱