Chinese born in the 1980s, known as 80 hou (baling hou in putong hua), are famous for westerners as the first generation born during the enforcement of the one-child policy of China. The 80 hou is a generation of more than 200 million only children with shared burdens and opportunities. Their thinking emerges through traditional Chinese culture and Confucian morality, but they begin their careers in an almost full market, governed by WTO rules. Many of them are solely responsible for financial support for the retirement of their parents. Since the 80 hou fulfill their responsibilities and achieve their social goals, their unique perspective is certain to influence trends in the global economy.