Chinese youth are flocking online to express their anger at inequality in the world’s second largest economy. Photo: Xinhua Chinese youth are flocking online to express their anger at inequality in the world’s second largest economy. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese youth are flocking online to express their anger at inequality in the world’s second largest economy. Photo: Xinhua

China’s university students escape online to rail against the nation’s growing inequality

  • China is on track to officially alleviate poverty by year’s end, but there is growing frustration over inequality and limited social mobility among young people
  • Scores of young Chinese, many of whom are new graduates, are joining online groups to voice their frustration with the nation’s widening wealth gap

Topic |   China Society
Chinese youth are flocking online to express their anger at inequality in the world’s second largest economy. Photo: Xinhua Chinese youth are flocking online to express their anger at inequality in the world’s second largest economy. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese youth are flocking online to express their anger at inequality in the world’s second largest economy. Photo: Xinhua
READ FULL ARTICLE