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  • City-dwellers are keen to up sticks to the countryside
  • City-dwellers are keen to up sticks to the countryside
    Ketut Subiyanto (2020) ©
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City-dwellers are keen to up sticks to the countryside

The hustle and bustle of city life has long drawn young people, but attitudes are changing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Amid remote-working and tightened budgets, the peaceful countryside has become more alluring to younger generations.

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