Satellite towns are a poor choice for China's economic future.
With advantages in the Internet and big data, this time China won't lose out at the starting line.
This new generation will shape the future of the Chinese economy.
The chances of a steady growth pattern are low, predicts Li Xunlei.
Cold War thinking can't drive the alliance, argued Feng Yujan, only practical economic needs.
Some young people are looking for new opportunities in their hometowns, rather than sticking it out in China's tough metropolises