"Young and Restless in China," new generation shapes and leads the course

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

China's "Gen-Xers" are the first to grow up in a hybrid society of communism and capitalism. The Takeaway talks with filmmaker Sue Williams, whose new FRONTLINE documentary, "Young and Restless in China," looks at this generation coming of age in China, a generation that will be leading the country in the years to come.


Chelsea Merz

Comments [1]


The returning sea turtle sounds the same as the shortened name for "returning from overseas" in Chinese, hence the nickname for that group of people.
If they are out of luck and can not find a job, they become "sea weed"---- returning from overseas and waiting for job.

Jun. 17 2008 10:38 AM

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