China's new generation: Hopes, dreams and aspirations

By Jin Dan | | 2016-11-11 10:25

China's new generation: Hopes, dreams and aspirations

Children climb a vine ladder on their way home, May 14, 2016. The children study at a school at the foot of the hill and go home twice a month. [Photo/VCG]

5. Poor kids and tough climb

The survey also discovered that 92.7 percent of the respondents feel proud to be Chinese and 90.2 percent feel satisfied to live in China. Although 72.8 percent admit that there is inequality in today's society, but it doesn't affect their national identity.

Children from urban areas are more aware of social inequality than those from rural areas, with the figure 3.5 percentage points higher. Those from poor family also see more social inequality than those from wealthy family, with 5.9 percentage points more.

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