NPR reports that the divorce rate in China has doubled in the past ten years, and one in five Chinese marriages don’t last: “We’d known each other three weeks when we went to get a wedding certificate,”...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 8, 2010
From the Financial Times: China’s youth can get a bad press. In most accounts, they are the “Little Emperors” or the “Me Generation”, the spoilt and apolitical offspring of one-child families who are interested in fast cars,...
by Liu Yong | Dec 14, 2007
Before the 70th Anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre , a group of university students born in Nanjing produced a documentary to memorialize this part of history. Their shooting angles are unsophisticated, but they sincerely express their love for Nanjing city. The so-called “Me generation” believes they have a responsiblity toward Nanjing and China’s bright future. […]
by Kate Zhao | Nov 28, 2007
From Reuters via yahoo.com: Ten months after they tied the knot, Li Lei and Wang Yang, both 20-something Chinese professionals, decided it was time to break up so they could spend more time with their lovers. They signed on the dotted line on their divorce paper less than 20 minutes after answering “no” to a […]