Zak Dychtwald Talks About China’s Young Generation – Jiu Ling Hou

After living in China for many years, Zak Dychtwald took the initiative to fluently learn Mandarin and immersed himself in the Chinese culture so that he could follow his passion in understanding this rising generation. This American author shares an insightful portrayal of China, its culture, and its people that has essentially been misrepresented to most Westerners. His book, Young China, examines the future of this country mainly through the eyes of the Jiu Ling Hou – or as we like to call it in America, the millennial generation.

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