Yin Dongyi, from Beijing, the Chinese capital, before he had hair transplant surgery (left), and two years after the procedure with a full head of hair (right).

Millennial Chinese men going bald younger, getting hair transplants to restore their locks and confidence

  • Stress, lack of sleep and unhealthy lives have been blamed for a rash of receding hairlines among Chinese men under 40
  • Hair transplant surgery, which in Hong Kong can cost more than US$12,500 per session, is on the rise, and robots are making one popular procedure easier
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Yin Dongyi, from Beijing, the Chinese capital, before he had hair transplant surgery (left), and two years after the procedure with a full head of hair (right).
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