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How Gen Z sees the world: Sports connect us to each other

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Outdoor activities are becoming more popular in China. Among them, frisbee has become the preferred choice of many. Frisbee allows players to exercise and tests each team member's ability to cooperate. The Communication University of China and the Beijing University of Chemical Technology jointly held a frisbee competition recently, in which players from the two universities braved the cold to stage a lively frisbee match. International students from different countries were attracted to the competition, through which they became good friends. Hussain Ahmad, a student from Pakistan studying at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology, was one of the players in the competition. Hussain sees frisbee as a sport where teammates support each other and work together toward the same goal.

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