If you're a person of the new Thai generation (or have your own children but are still down with the kids), you know the bliss and bother that come with living in this era of whitening ads, Facebook and selfies.
However, to gain a deeper understanding on what matters in the minds of young Thais, we scoured opinion polls that surveyed Thais of Generation Y (those born in the early 1980s to around the early 2000s). We stick to those that surveyed people of 15-35 years of age. We also randomly asked some Gen-Yers what the best and not-so-best aspects about living in their generation are. Gen-Y people, you can see how you're doing compared to your contemporaries while people of older generations can gain a better idea of what the new kids on the block are up to.
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