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China does not feel like an economy in crisis

Amid talk of high youth unemployment, trains, cinemas and concerts are full

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Children at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing before a performance by the Bolshoi Ballet in July: Over 67 million people went to concerts and performances this summer.   © Reuters

Zhou Xin is senior vice president for public affairs at artificial intelligence-driven molecular imaging company Evomics Medical in Shanghai and executive chief editor of AI community platform The Yuan.

In the eyes of Western mainstream media, China's economy is in an unrecoverable free fall.

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