Ye Yang is a doctoral candidate at the Institute for Geographical Sciences, Free University of Berlin. Her research focuses on the dynamics of global inequalities and the multifaceted aspects of geographical development. With a particular emphasis on the region of Liangshan, Yang’s scholarly pursuits delve into the implications of modernisation-driven development for the rural Yi in Liangshan.

The Double-Edged Sword of Modernisation

The Integration of Yi Migrant Workers into China’s Labour Market

My ideal is barren on the assembly line, my time is moaning on the sewing machine. … The city and I are separated by an insurmountable gully, the beauty of the other shore seems only one step away from me. But when this step fails, my dream will fall into the abyss. Uneasy poems set […]

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