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China’s Gen Z are ‘laying flat’, but does this new work, life attitude pose a social and economic threat?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A growing number of China’s Generation Z, born between 1995 and 2010, are embracing a “laying flat” attitude about work and life as they throw in the towel in the face of tough competition and opt for a simple, frugal and lonely life.It is hard to quantify the scope of the new social psychology, but the attitude is certainly gaining popularity in an increasingly rigid social structure with a yawning gap between the rich and the poor.Let us imagine a dormitory at a top university in Shanghai…

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A growing number of China’s Generation Z, born between 1995 and 2010, are embracing a “laying flat” attitude about work and life as they throw in the towel in the face of tough competition and opt for a simple, frugal and lonely life.It is hard to quantify the scope of the new social psychology, but the attitude is certainly gaining popularity in an increasingly rigid social structure with a yawning gap between the rich and the poor.Let us imagine a dormitory at a top university in Shanghai…
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