Zak Dychtwald is an American millennial. And while he has great faith in his fellow countrymen, he is quite impressed with those his age in China. They are many times larger in number than their American counterparts and determined to help China achieve very ambitious goals in their lifetime. And while they may be different than other Chinese generations, they will still uphold many of the traditions of their country and not yield to Western values. Zak offers us amazing insights into this formidable generation as a result of his years spent in China, even though he himself is 28 years of age. Wise and traveled beyond his years, we capture the essence of his book, ‘Young China: How the Restless Generation Will Change Their Country and the World’, in this interview. His command of Mandarin is really impressive.
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