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Thursday, August 02, 20071186085137


Just a few days after a picnic where the balinghou (those Chinese born after 1980, who thus grew up under both economic growth and the One Child policy), Time riffs the same tune with the article, "China's Me Generation."

Tom Barnett has quipped that China's ideological mix is "30 percent Marxist-Leninist, 70 percent The Sopranos." It's probaboy more accurate to say 70% Tony Sopranos, 30% Edmund Burke.

15:05 Posted in China | Permalink | Comments (0) | Tags: burkean, leninist, balinghou