The population of Beijing is set to reach 20 million, having risen by almost fifty percent in the last decade. Slowly, inexorably, Beijing has been draining talent and commerce, which it can scarcely support, from the rest of China.
It is thought by many to have reached critical mass. The solution – perhaps a radical one, but certainly a necessary one – is to move the capital city. The time has come to make a change. This book reveals why, how, and where the next capital of China should situated.