What are young Chinese thinking?  SEP 15 2011

Adrian Fisk recently traveled through China asking the young people there to write anything they wanted down on a piece of paper. The results are interesting.

"After watching television I have many ideas, but am unable to realize them." Yunnan, Luo Zheng Chui, 30 years old, farmer.

"I'd like to see any supernatural thing such as alien, UFO, mysterious thing." Chan Jie Fang, 28 years old, supervisor in bag making company in Guangdong province but learning English in Guangxi province.

"We are the lost generation. I'm confused about the world." Guangxi, Avril Lui, 22-years-old, post-grad student.

More are available on Fisk's site (click on New Stories and then Ispeak China). (via @bryce)

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