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  • China's Gen Yers take on 'neighbourhood auntie' role
  • China's Gen Yers take on 'neighbourhood auntie' role
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China's Gen Yers take on 'neighbourhood auntie' role

In China, a growing number of Gen Yers are ditching desk jobs and stepping up as 'neighbourhood aunties’ – grassroots community leaders. As people reject the high-pressured corporate life, they are shifting their energies to focus on sustaining their local communities.

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