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Finding the middle ground: a journey of a half ROK-half Chinese Gen Z

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-09-29 09:58

Cheong Sanghee, a half-South Korean, half-Chinese girl, joins Generation Z's Words to share her experience learning Chinese and how she was influenced by traditional Chinese culture.

"Learning Chinese can contribute to people's mental abilities." Cheong said in the interview. Due to the influence of her father, a South Korean who loves Chinese culture, she came to appreciate that Chinese culture is not distant and exotic, but embedded in every aspect of life.

When asked about her views on the relations between China and South Korea, she borrowed famous words, "seeking common ground while shelving differences.""China and ROK are both Asian countries sharing a lot of similarities, and the differences between them shine as their unique features."

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