We talk: China in the eyes of Gen Z overseas

CGTN published this video item, entitled “We talk: China in the eyes of Gen Z overseas” – below is their description.

Generation Z (or Gen Z) refers to people born after the mid-1990s and before the early 2010s. As the first generation that has grown up with access to the Internet and portable digital technology from a young age, how do members of Gen Z from around the globe view China?

CGTN hit the streets in the U.S., Canada, Finland, Tanzania, and Japan to ask their Gen Z about their views of China from multiple perspectives and their expectation about the future relationship between China and their countries. Click the video to find out more.

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