Stocking Up On Groceries Not a Popular Option for Chinese Youth

Stocking Up On Groceries Not a Popular Option for Chinese Youth
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Visiting mega-supermarkets or buying fresh veggies and produce from wet markets is oft becoming a thing of the past for many young Chinese.

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  • 25 january 2010

Visiting mega-supermarkets or buying fresh veggies and produce from wet markets is oft becoming a thing of the past for many young Chinese.

According to Leon Ni, a 23 year old Shanghai resident, food shopping amongst Chinese youth is essentially dead.

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