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China's 1980s Generation: Will Their Fortune Run Out?

Guang Wu

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ISBN 10: 3659410381 / ISBN 13: 9783659410383
Published by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Jun 2013, 2013
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Neuware - In recent years, a newly word was created in the Chinese language. This word pronounces 'ba ling huo', which literally means after 80s and refers to the people, who were born in the 1980s in China. For a period of time, this generation became a social problem because older generations and mass media blamed them severely. Interestingly, the 1980s generation is the first generation under Chinese single-child policy, and they were the most beloved child in eyes of their parents and grandparents, so one can easily wonder whether this generation ran out of their luck. In this book, at first the author discusses why the 1980s generation is the most fortunate generation in Chinese history, why the social development makes this generation become less fortunate, what a particular relationship exists between the 1980s generation and modern China, will the 1980s generation have a bright future, what the 1980s generation can do in their future, and whom the 1980s should blame for their fall. And then, the author explores the reasons in broad sense associated with history and civilization to explain the fate of 1980s generation. 140 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783659410383

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Title: China's 1980s Generation: Will Their Fortune...

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Jun 2013

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Taschenbuch

Book Condition:Neu

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In recent years, a newly word was created in the Chinese language. This word pronounces 'ba ling huo', which literally means after 80s and refers to the people, who were born in the 1980s in China. For a period of time, this generation became a social problem because older generations and mass media blamed them severely. Interestingly, the 1980s generation is the first generation under Chinese single-child policy, and they were the most beloved child in eyes of their parents and grandparents, so one can easily wonder whether this generation ran out of their luck. In this book, at first the author discusses why the 1980s generation is the most fortunate generation in Chinese history, why the social development makes this generation become less fortunate, what a particular relationship exists between the 1980s generation and modern China, will the 1980s generation have a bright future, what the 1980s generation can do in their future, and whom the 1980s should blame for their fall. And then, the author explores the reasons in broad sense associated with history and civilization to explain the fate of 1980s generation.

About the Author:

The author of books, Lecture Notes on Computational Mutation, China: Has the Last Opportunity Passed By!?, United States of Asia: An Asian Union Initiative, China 1966-1976, Cultural Revolution Revisited ? Can It Happen Again?, The Third Sino-Japanese War: Dream of Pacific Empire, and 170-plus research papers including 120-plus SCI papers.

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