It's China's plan to guarantee its economic future: the movement of hundreds of millions people from rural areas to cities and their transition from from farmers into consumers. And while China is building bigger and faster, Premier Li Keqiang says he wants the urbanization drive to focus more on people's needs and to be environmentally-friendly. The government has pledged much-needed reforms of the Hukuo, or household registration system, to allow new migrants to receive benefits in their new homes, as the current system ties them to their place of birth. But can the Party guarantee that those making the move will find jobs? And can China go beyond highways and skyscrapers to create neighborhoods that are livable and affordable? Join CNN's Kristie Lu Stout in Shanghai for a discussion about the challenges of China's big move to city life. Her guests this month: James McGregor, author, journalist, and Chairman of consultancy APCO Worldwide; Peggy Liu, Chairperson of JUCCCE, a Shanghai based non-profit dedicated to the greening of China; and Tang Min, Economic Adviser to the State Council, China's cabinet and former Chief Economist of the Asian Development Bank.