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Contemporary Chinese Youth and the State

In the new edition of the Journal of Asian Studies, Stanley Rosen writes about Chinese youth culture and politics: Reflecting the increasing pluralization of Chinese society after thirty years of reform, Chinese youth in 2009...

How to be a Fenqing (愤青)?

From Froogville blog: 愤青 fen qing * – “angry youth” – is the term given to Chinese Netizens of a self-righteous and aggressively nationalist tendency. They are mostly young males with nothing better to do...

China’s Angry Youth Vent Their Feelings

From the Financial Times: Images of angry Chinese students beating up Korean protesters in Seoul and attacking Carrefour supermarkets at home may well have been the last thing Bo Yang, the controversial author of The Ugly...

Hero to Traitor: The Difference a Day Makes

After excoriating a respected news editor for advocating greater freedom of speech and venting their anger on a Chinese student at Duke University for trying to promote dialogue between pro-China and pro-Tibet protestors,...

Lhasa Riot Rage Rendered in Hip-Hop

Chinese anger over the Tibet riots and Western media’s coverage of them has now been immortalized in a rap song. Entitled “Dragon’s Roar” (龙哮), the song and an accompanying video have been circulating...

The Boxer Shorts Rebellion

The New Republic has a lengthy article about the rise of nationalistic sentiment online. It starts with a description of last year’s Chinabounder scandal, then goes on to discuss the new generation of fenqing, or...

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