Graphics: Facts about China's youth

The State Council Information Office of China published a white paper Thursday titled "Youth of China in the New Era."

As the first of its kind focusing on China's youth, the document records the progress of the country's youth development in the new era.

It illustrated the changes in their living environment, their physical and mental health improvement, their access to diverse educational and job opportunities, their active participation in political activities, and their leading roles in the nation's technological innovation and breakthroughs.

With improved physical and moral qualities and all-round ability, China's youth are growing into a new generation that is capable of shouldering the responsibility of national rejuvenation, the national white paper said.

Click here for the full text of the paper. 

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