China’s rural revitalization, which was initiated in the middle and late stages of modernization, features distinct characteristics of the times. It is necessary to approach rural revitalization in China from the aspects of industrial-agricultural coordination, urban-rural integration, and regional balance. Industrial-agricultural coordination concerns forging the “world’s factory” and, more importantly, developing into the “world’s farm” through rural revitalization. Urban-rural integration is not just about urban modernization, but also about rural modernization through rural revitalization. Regional balance requires the promotion of characteristic development in peripheral regions with targeted measures of rural revitalization, as well as the building of highly developed city clusters.
"On the Rural Revitalization in the Middle and Late Stages of Modernization,"
Contemporary Social Sciences:
5, Article 1.
Available at: https://css.researchcommons.org/journal/vol2020/iss5/1