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Coronavirus has changed China’s entertainment habits, but consumer spending is still weak

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]With international travel off the cards and cinemas intermittently closed, young Chinese like Jiang Tang have been spending more time entertaining themselves online since the coronavirus pandemic hit.When not at home, scores of young people gather during the evening at milk tea cafes to play online games in the southern city of Guangzhou.“To attract young consumers, the cafes are equipped with fast internet speed and are rushing to launch one-litre packages of drinks and snacks that cost about…

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With international travel off the cards and cinemas intermittently closed, young Chinese like Jiang Tang have been spending more time entertaining themselves online since the coronavirus pandemic hit.When not at home, scores of young people gather during the evening at milk tea cafes to play online games in the southern city of Guangzhou.“To attract young consumers, the cafes are equipped with fast internet speed and are rushing to launch one-litre packages of drinks and snacks that cost about…

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