After the epidemic, the post-95 generation reconstructed the definition of identity and explored multidimensional choices in life

In Ylab's decadal research, this edition is a complete research report on China's post-95 generation. The post-95 generation is a generation that drove high and low. They spent a happy childhood in middle-class families and had very high self-expectations. However, the epidemic caused them to undergo a collective shift, from wanting to succeed quickly to being obedient and lying flat.
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