Weekend Long Read: More Millennial and Gen-Z Chinese Are Preparing Wills
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In February, 26-year-old Zhang Jun drafted a will. “I have registered for organ donation in my country, please contact the (responsible) agency. If international shipping is expensive, please donate (my remains) locally. If neither is convenient, please cremate (my remains) on site,” the document read.
Zhang, who is pursuing a PhD in social sciences in the U.S., also wrote in her will that she would not need a funeral, but wanted all her electronics destroyed after her death, except for her Kindle.
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