The PRC suffers from homelessness too
The author writes, ‘…this article is not about homelessness but about how, in a changing world, countries choose their method of achieving prosperity’.
The PRC is currently suffering from homelessness, making it hard to grasp the point of this article.
The following Wikipedia article is a good starting point: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homelessness_in_China.
The term is of course hard to define, leaving stories like this: (https://www.quora.com/If-China-is-communist-why-are-there-so-many-homeless-people) open to doubt: young people sleeping rough hunting jobs may not be strictly homeless.
The poverty reduction campaign proclaimed a success prior to COVID took many visibly homeless off the street, and so on.
Yet it is tendentious to imply that, taking a ‘separate path’ via ‘security through prosperity’, the PRC is practising anything but state capitalism.