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The 'Me Generation'
The mindset of China's generation born after 1980 is a far cry from their parents. Self-centered and equality-driven, they chase the golden dragon
 Absolute Beginners
Migrant workers born in the 1980s have high aspirations
 Being Myself
People born into the post-80s generation in China are pursuing a meaningful life, in their individual ways
 Growing Up Is Hard to Do
Life for China's post-80s generation is no doubt better than its predecessors, though it is still both bitter and sweet
 A Bittersweet Age
Today this post-80s generation are mostly aged between 20-28 and lead independent lives
-60th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China
-10th Anniversary of Macao's Return to China
-United Nations Climate Change Conference
-Timeless Yang Xianyi
-World in Retrospect 2009
30 Years of Reform and Opening Up
-Sweet Moments in 2008
-Beijing Review Wishes Our Readers a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year
-A Heartwarming Winter
-Christmas Is All Around
-Direct Era Takes Shape Across Straits
Economic Retrospect in 2007 and Prospect in 2008
-Aging Society Seeks Ways to Cope
-The Toy Story
-Close Sino-French Ties
-Sport's Development
-China Japan Relations

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