by Rob Gifford
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Traveling along the three-thousand-mile stretch of China's Route 312, the Beijing bureau chief for NPR offers a close-up look at the economic and social transformation within China and the implications for both China and the world.
May 29, 2007 In 2004, Rob Gifford set out on a 3,000-mile trek across China. His trip resulted in a series for NPR and a book called China Road. It looks at an ancient land that is evolving into a modern economic giant.
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