Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Societies in Southeast Asia have changed tremendously in the last few decades. Rapid economic growth and rural-urban migration have spurred a frantic urbanization process. Megacities such as Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, and Ho Chi Minh City are constantly reinventing themselves both physically and socially. Living standards have improved, new ideas and cultural trends have emerged, and large portions of the population now have access to goods and services unattainable to previous generations. Yet, not everyone has benefited equally, and disparities between different social groups have often increased. The bottom of the pyramid represents the largest but poorest socio-economic group.
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