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Apr 5, 2020

In this episode of the Millennials in China podcast we discuss common myths and misconceptions people have about China. Believe it or not, what you see and hear in the news and media are usually quite different from reality! Chris and Hope are here to bust some stereotypes, but also prove some to be true.

Show Notes:

  • Do Chinese people eat all kinds of weird things and animals like bats and dogs?
  • Do Chinese people always copy things and ideas, and are unable to innovate?
  • Are “Made in China” products all cheap and crappy quality?
  • Are Chinese cities grey, polluted, dystopian nightmares?
  • Is China very behind and does it have poor infrastructure?
  • Are Chinese people oppressed by their government and in everyday life?
  • China produces a lot of pollution - do Chinese people not care about protecting the environment?
  • Is China “easy” for foreigners? Are foreigners “special” or have a lot of attention/opportunity for granted in China?


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