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Does the younger generation know best? [Copy link] 中文

Post time 2007-6-7 08:37:41 |Display all floors
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Post time 2007-6-7 19:58:47 |Display all floors
Young people have the potential, so I chose option 1. However, there are a lot of youngsters who fail to see their responsibilities. Younger people just have to learn to be humble and realise that the world doesn't revolve around them.
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Post time 2007-6-7 20:29:16 |Display all floors

yes

Some of both are true obviously but the younger generation becomes the older generation much quicker nowadays, obviously hehehe!

Reality is a state of mind and your reality is not our reality.
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Post time 2007-6-12 19:30:13 |Display all floors
The younger generation, especially the pre-teens, know how to make the best of
times.

They have grown up with China's modern face, and are relaxed within their own
age groups.. Just observe their interactions while doing the malls. They are at
ease with their methods of dressing, and shopping.

Not at all uptight like their parents. Boys and girls speak as equals. Observe them, they are the new China.
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Post time 2007-6-25 20:33:51 |Display all floors
They may be worth a try, it seems like the older generation has run out of ideas.
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Post time 2007-6-26 00:10:40 |Display all floors
Again we see the generation gap! When can generations learn to respect each other and reach more understanding?
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Post time 2007-6-26 20:03:27 |Display all floors
There is a element of truth in both of these pictures.:)
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