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Young people in ASEAN have emerged from lockdowns more resilient and digitally switched on. Here’s how

Younger Southeast Asians have used lockdown as And theyan opportunity to learn new digital skills. Image: REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Douglas Broom

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