China’s ‘fake socialite’: student who lived the high life for free in video project caught up in wealth inequality controversy

For 21 days in May, Beijing student Zou Yaqi lived the high life; sleeping in the halls of extravagant hotels, trying on jade bracelets at auctions and working at an office in Ikea — all for free.This exercise in luxurious living was no scam however, it was a school project for the graduating bachelor student from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. She recorded her experience on video and it was placed on display in June at the academy. In September she published a few short clips…

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