Aerial photos show how China makes order from chaos
The arrangement. (Reuters/Stringer)
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It’s hard to manage 1.4 billion people, especially when more than half of them tend to clutter together—55% of China’s population live in cities and towns, according to the World Bank data from 2015.
Reuters photographers have captured sprawling communities in China high from the sky, to provide a unique perspective of what it looks like to organize school exams, factories, farmlands, parking lots, banquets, cemeteries, and mass trainings in the most populous country in the world.
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