Eating Bitterness: Stories from China's Great Urban Migration

Every year over 200 million peasants flock to China's urban centers, providing a profusion of cheap labor that helps fuel the country's staggering economic growth.  Award-winning journalist Michelle Dammon Loyalka discusses these migrant workers in her new book Eating Bitterness: Stories from China's Great Urban Migration. Please find two videos in the following links regarding the author and her new book.

Book discussion

http://ias.umn.edu/2012/04/16/loyalka-michelle-dammon-2/

Interview with  Michelle Dammon

http://ias.umn.edu/2012/04/16/loyalka-michelle-dammon/

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