Often, they are from the generation born just after the Communists took power in 1949.
This seems to be changing with a more internationalized generation, born in the 1990s, beginning to come into its own.
The second generation born abroad, however, is not a citizen of Canada at birth.
Their early work also began to be introduced to a generation not even born when the sisters first started out.
The second generation born abroad, however, are not citizens of Canada at birth.
They had a character like a rock, these members of the generation born between 1910 and 1928.
But ask auto executives about the generation born in the 1960's and they grow grim.
And there was a whole new generation, born since he had left.
It was left to their children, who were the first generation born in America, to connect with the new world.
The turning point seems to have come with the generation born in the nineteen-forties.