佛系 fó xì Buddha-like, ‘Foxi’ attitude
(neologism) Chill about everything
Typically used to describe young people who don't buy into aspirational society.
90后 and 00后 have grown up under great competitive pressure. Today, some 90后 and 00后 are being referred as "Foxi" youngsters, meaning have a general apathy toward career, society around and even themselves. Not succumbing to social pressure, worrying too much, bot being too obsessed with a goal, or simply: "Whatever!"
Pinyin: Duìyú bǐsài jiéguǒ, tā hěn fú xì.
English: As for the result of the competition, he does not care too much.
Pinyin: Tā de māmā shuō,“zhè háizi bùxiǎng zhǎo gōngzuò, bùxiǎng mǎifáng, shì fú xìle ma?”
English: His mother said, "My son doesn't want to find a job or buy a apartment. Is he a Buddha-like youngster?"