Chinese people are more positive about their country than they used to be, according to surveys. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese people are more positive about their country than they used to be, according to surveys. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese people are more positive about their country than they used to be, according to surveys. Photo: EPA-EFE

Are Chinese people falling out of love with the Western dream?

  • Fewer young adults regard the West as a place to look up to, according to survey by research centre affiliated to Chinese state-run tabloid
  • ‘Social strata in the US are deeply entrenched because of [the lack of] education and unequal opportunities created by races and poverty,’ blogger says

Topic |   US-China decoupling
Chinese people are more positive about their country than they used to be, according to surveys. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese people are more positive about their country than they used to be, according to surveys. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese people are more positive about their country than they used to be, according to surveys. Photo: EPA-EFE
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