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According to SIM CHI YIN In China a Vast Chasm Between the Rich and the Rest New York Times February 9 2012 there is a huge chasm between the haves and have-nots is growing in China and it brings great impact to the society and psychological of peopleThere is a gap between the rich and the poor It is established in expanding income gap in China in the case and it is particularly evident in the day-to-day exchanges between urban and rural communities Also because there is a huge problem in China in the distribution of income and strong possessive personal wealth the working-class Chinese people usually despise the rich They only freely express their inner frustrations in online communities In order to show equality and friendly the author glossed over his property and chose the silent when he faced to the miners The author conveys to the readers his anxiety through the photos Young people who graduated from the famous university may cannot find good job and flock to Beijing in search their dreams in order to build skyscrapers retired workers about to be out of their small homes the street cleaners are not allowed to enter the luxury store imported from the West the migrant workers stand around a flea market to search used clothes and shoes no matter what season and weather the curbside cobblers repair the shoes from dawn till dusk and the scavengers collect cardboard and plastic-laden these things might can be resold But and at the same time the rich are constantly show their wealth sources and terrible desires Because of inefficiency corruption and nepotism the problem of uneven distribution of income has been very serious in China However a lot of desire to the rich the poor often thinks the cause of their own poverty is due to the lack of luck rather than the lack of skills Chinas total economic output every year on the rise but
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