The Gobi Desert Known to those who inhabit it as the yellow dragon Covers a vast expand of over 1 billion Kilometre squared Over fifteen percent of China’s landmass It continue to spread As the world’s 5th largest desert grows by a thousand kilometres squared each year In China’s northern region and inner Mongolia Li hu jun lives a difficult life in this hostile environment Bumbaclart you little pussyole Li hu Jun and his mother have adapted to life in the desert Their ancestors lived here generations before them making out a living in this harsh environment but despite their privatisation his wife and daughter have left for the town The inhabitants of the Gobi desert are leaving in ever greater numbers The Chinese state has come to the aid of these climate change refugees By putting in place the world’s largest relocation programme Today there are houses over 300 000 Chinese The town neow meow on the outskirts of the desert has a population of 7000 This is part of a network of 200 villages built by the state