Every generation tends to despair at the next one's perceived shortcomings, and Chinese society is no different. The 'Little Emperor' generation -- those born during China's strict one-child policy, have been judged by many weary elders as spoilt due to the overwhelming attention bestowed on them by doting families. But new research suggests that -- in the workplace at least -- the one-child generation is just as cooperative as preceding generations of Chinese workers.Read the Original Article
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