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As a 90's in China, what Li said part is right but part is wrong.

I am not sure where Li's statistics came from, but it must be wrong. Since only about 30% graduates in 2013 get a job and more and more people, especially in Beijing find that it is too difficult to buy a house. Can you imaging that you have to pay 10 million RMB or about 2 million US dollar to buy an apartment about 100 square meters? For me, I have to say I can see little hope. But it is because of the competition. I believe there are so many talented people who can chase their dream, however, for most of us, we see desperation.

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  • Nick L

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    Jul 8 2013: I'm happy to see there are a few active participants in comments to this video with quite clear and balanced views, and may I pose a question to see what you all think: is there anything that the Chinese government can change, politically, to be better?

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