In the latest installment of i-D magazine's video series Global Street Style, the British publication gets to know Shanghai's bold new generation of artists, designers and musicians working their way around China's Great Firewall.

Internet censorship in China is extreme and more advanced than any other country in the world, due to the country's wide variety of laws and administrative regulations.

In the fifteen-minute documentary above, i-D meets with forward-thinking music and fashion collectives like Asian Dope Boys and Genome 6.66 Mbp who are bringing a new energetic Chinese crowd into the clubs, while young designers/stylists, like Joey and Yin, are flipping the Made In China label by utilizing access to factories to create their own line of clothing.

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