Meet the NextGen

Forget the millennials — a new generation of disruptors is on the move

The face of the Hong Kong protest movement on defying Beijing

A generation hooked on video is powering a $75bn start-up

Names to know from the worlds of tech, art, politics, film, music and books

How can writers capture the new, slippery sense of self created by technology?

Some venues are closing, but festival-style events and grassroots parties are flourishing

New technology and differing priorities are changing the way the NextGen travel — from summer camps for grown-ups to offices on the beach

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