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Linking Stars, Connecting Brilliance. While year of birth is an imperfect criteria for segmentation individuals born in 89 and 91 might have more in common than individuals born in 91 and 96 ; we have chosen to use the most widely used terminology for the sake of clarity. The core target of our study is composed of Chinese youths from ages 14 to 18 who are currently in junior high school or high school. When crafting marketing strategies in China, brands are often confronted to the issue of generational differences. While differences between different generations of customers exist in every market, these differences are even more important in China. For many brands, understanding these differences and designing multi-layered strategies to address each demographic group with the most relevant message is a pre-condition for success.
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The Scholar's Stage: The Inner Life of Chinese Teenagers

Remembering all those stories about soviets coming to the states and seeing the plenty, thinking about Chinese exchange students coming here just to breathe some air. Wish I could see the history or sociology retrospectives that'll be written in the future on the erosion of filial piety. Copied and pasted from FB: "The 2D world is a colorful, wonder-filled, idyllic, and beautiful 'meihao' escape for young Chinese who have lived their entire lives cramped into a polluted and drab urban morass It still is, though vaguely and with a heavy dose of jaded lived experience. Low-density suburban living was boring, while city life had a glamor and coolness to it. From Muppets Take Manhattan in the 80s to Hackers movie in the 90s, I grew up on mostly attractive images of city life and a widely shared sense of suckiness in Suburbia film.
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CHINESE YOUTH: TEENAGERS AND YOUNG ADULTS IN CHINA

China's teenagers hold positive and healthy attitudes toward life and study, despite the mixed influences of traditional Chinese and modern Western cultures, according to a survey by Beijing Normal University. Youngsters said they know the power of money, but also hold friendship and classroom democracy as important, in the survey of 2, Beijing middle school students by Professor Pei Dina. The survey, published and analyzed by Sunday's China Education Daily, showed Ideas like equality, freedom and democracy had a greater influence on the life values of the young generation, as China opened wider to the outside world, Professor Pei said.
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Unless you come to China to work at a Kindergarten or a Primary School chances are you will be teaching all age groups and that includes: teenagers! Most prospective teachers, during the interview, when asked which age group they like, the most common answer usually goes something along the lines of: the little ones are very cute, the elementary school level kids need a lot of attention but I like teens and adults because I can communicate with them. But of course, this is not true for everyone; some are terrified of teaching teens, especially when it comes to behavior and attitude. In order to do this, we will start by meeting a Chinese teenager who is currently an ESL student at EF Shijiazhuang and then looking at some challenges faced by teachers when teaching teens and how to overcome them. When does he have time to have fun?
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