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WEAI’s Qin Gao, professor and director of the China Center for Social Policy at the School of Social Work, was the moderator.

Additionally, people of Chinese descent living here are scrutinized online by Chinese netizens, often through a nationalistic lens.

Ethnically Chinese people with a public platform “feel they have been pushed into a corner—that they have to choose sides,” Xiaoqing said.

As a reporter, Xiaoqing said, her job is to tell the truth.

While shifts in a shared sense of Chinese identity were discussed in depth, ultimately, Xiaoqing believes that the differences between us are smaller than we often seem to think they are.

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