“When we leave the apartment, i am going to remember to turn the gas off,” stated Xu Chaohui in a serious vocals.
Xu is not a 5-year-old along the way of learning household security. Rather, this woman is a 63-year-old former farmer whom has spent nearly all of her life for a farm on the northeastern outskirts of Chongqing, the massive municipality in Southwest China.
Before September, Xu had never prepared with gasoline, but whenever her household moved into a condo in a 20-story building, she changed from farmer to brand new citizen that is urban. Continua la lectura de Leaving the fields behind, villagers become city slickers