Pan Pan's story- a millennial Corgi lover living in a dynamic city

Oct 04 , 2019 |

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In the latest interview for our special series looking at young people living in China today, we chat with 'Pan Pan' -- a millennial from a Hakka family who now lives in Shenzhen, a center for culture and innovation. Pan Pan talks about her aspirations, her drive to achieve financial independence, and her love for her Corgi. 

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