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How China's 'Restless Generation' is Shaping the Country's Future

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This photo taken on February 10, 2018 shows passengers standing on a crowded train for the 26-hour journey from Beijing to Chengdu that leaves from West Railway Station in Beijing, as they depart the capital ahead of the Lunar New Year. (Photo: Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images)

In “Young China,” author Zak Dychtwald provides an intimate look at China’s millennial generation. He explores how those born after 1990 feel about politics, money, sex and China’s rising status in the world. The book also examines education, housing and family from a millennial perspective, painting a picture of what it means to be Chinese today.


Zak Dychtwald, founder and CEO, Young China Group; author, "Young China: How the Restless Generation Will Change Their Country and the World"


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