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China’s GDP ‘paradox’: why young Chinese despair about future prospects despite rapid economic growth

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As vlogger Ning Nanshan stares down the camera and launches into a lecture about China’s push for technological self-reliance, a flood of “bullet comments” begins floating across the screen.“Go our own way and corner the rest of the world!” says one of the comments on Bilibili, a popular video-sharing site that allows viewers to post messages in real time.“Our motherland’s five-year plan is so awesome!” says another as it flies across the monitor.While most of Ning’s videos trumpet China’s…

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As vlogger Ning Nanshan stares down the camera and launches into a lecture about China’s push for technological self-reliance, a flood of “bullet comments” begins floating across the screen.“Go our own way and corner the rest of the world!” says one of the comments on Bilibili, a popular video-sharing site that allows viewers to post messages in real time.“Our motherland’s five-year plan is so awesome!” says another as it flies across the monitor.While most of Ning’s videos trumpet China’s…

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