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Tenure-based residential segregation in post-reform Chinese cities: a case study of Shanghai
The Chinese cities, once characterised by egalitarianism, are becoming the most unequal cities in the world. However, little is known about the spatial implications of such a tremendous transition.Expand
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The social networks of new-generation migrants in China’s urbanized villages: A case study of Guangzhou
Abstract The integration of rural migrants into China’s urban society has drawn extensive attention in recent years. There are, however, a growing number of new-generation migrants whose prospects ofExpand
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Residential Satisfaction in China's Informal Settlements: A Case Study of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou
China's informal settlements—villages inside urbanized areas—are often characterized by local governments as dirty, chaotic, and dangerous places. This negative discourse inevitably leads toExpand
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The African Enclave of Guangzhou: A Case Study of Xiaobeilu
Market reform and economic restructuring is reshaping the cities in mainland China. In the last two decades, a spate of studies have examined the transformation of urban social space under theExpand
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An African Enclave in China: The Making of a New Transnational Urban Space
The paper, by three geographers, including a noted U.S.-based senior specialist on China's urban and human realm, presents the first known academic study of the country's African migrants. TheExpand
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Sodium Butyrate Promotes Reassembly of Tight Junctions in Caco-2 Monolayers Involving Inhibition of MLCK/MLC2 Pathway and Phosphorylation of PKCβ2
As a physiological small molecular product from the microbial fermentation of dietary fibers, butyrate plays an important role in maintaining intestinal health. Our previous works have proved thatExpand
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Socio-spatial Differentiation and Residential Inequalities in Shanghai: A Case Study of Three Neighbourhoods
Urban space in China has been subjected to a tremendous transformation after 20 years of market-oriented reform. With ongoing housing reform and a massive increase in housing construction,Expand
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Transformation of the Chinese City, 1995-2005
Focusing primarily on the period 1995-2005 and on research published in English, this article reviews the contributions geographers have made to the field of urban China studies, which are broadlyExpand
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Sociospatial Differentiation: Processes and Spaces in Subdistricts of Shanghai
Social space in urban China has been experiencing fundamental reorganization in line with economic reform. This paper aims to develop a conceptual framework concerning the processes of sociospatialExpand
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Housing Conditions and Housing Determinants of New Migrants in Chinese Cities
  • Z. Li
  • Geography
  • 1 December 2010
With a database based on 3,168 questionnaires collected from six Chinese cities: Guangzhou, Dongguan, Shenyang, Chengdu, Hangzhou, and Zhengzhou, this study examines housing conditions andExpand
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