Changing Skyline: The public cost of privatizing Philadelphia's parks

Posted on Friday, Apr 29, 2016
Want to visit a public park in China? It'll cost you. Many parks in China charge admission, usually a fraction of a yuan. That's small change if you happen to be a tourist, as I was two years ago. But if you're a service worker looking for a green spot to spend your lunch break, or to carve out some solitude during your daily routine, the fees can add up.
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