October 1, 2023


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From the Mao Generation to the Me Generation: Tales From the New China

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New Yorker correspondent Evan Osnos answers questions about censorship, street sweeping poets, and his new book on the world’s most populous country: Mother Jones

When Evan Osnos first arrived in Beijing as a college student in 1996, China was a different country. The economy was smaller than Italy’s. The Internet was a nascent, little-known thing. Despite nearly 20 years of economic reforms and opening up to the West, Chinese people still rejected imports like Hollywood and McDonald’s.

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