The Post-90s generation (Chinese: 九零後) is a generation in China, especially in urban areas, generally considered to be born between 1990 and 2000 though sometimes considered to start with the 1989-1990 graduating class as those born in fall 1989 graduated with 1990 borns.  They are the second generation of Chinese people to grow up as only children and in the post-Tiananmen era and the first generation to be born after the protests. They are also China's last 20th century born cohort.
They are alleged to have traits that are similar to the Post-80s generation, such as the Little Emperor Syndrome and a knack for information technology and capitalism, but in a much more highly developed way. On the other hand, the post-90s generation is also characterized as being more realistic than the post 80s.
Post-90s have distinct cultural characteristics and are stereotyped as "lazy, promiscuous, confused, selfish, brain damaged and overall hopeless".
- Generation Y
- Generation Z
- Internet in China
- One child policy
- Strawberry generation, the equivalent generation in Taiwan (born 1981-1991)
- Moonlight clan
- How will China's tech-savvy, post-90s generation shape the nation? CNN July 18, 2010