HONG KONG – Roughly two out of three young people in China said in a recent survey that Japan is their least favorite country, Time magazine reported Sunday.
The findings are part of an Internet poll Time conducted for a feature about young Chinese for its Oct. 23 issue, which will which will hit Asian news stands on Monday. About 5,000 people aged between 18 and 30 participated.
The results apparently show that anti-Japanese sentiment remains strong in China.
When asked to name the best thing about living in China, 32 percent said “nothing,” while 37 percent said family is the most important thing in life. Love ranked last at 10 percent.
Fifty-three percent said they spend more than 10 hours each week surfing the Internet.
Also, 43 percent said they were virgins, while 34 percent said they had sex for the first time after age 22.
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