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China scared .. [Fat train old]

Post by rocky on Sat 12 Aug 2017, 3:34 am

China scared .. [Fat train old]

Date of release: 2017/8/11

ried in China has been declining these days, a trend that is troubling families and also worries the government.
Gender inequality may be at the heart of this phenomenon, says journalist Xuan Li.
One of the biggest fears of Chinese families has come true: the reluctance of young people to marry, and this tendency also worries the government.
After a decade of rising national marriage, China saw a second year of decline in the number of marriages registered in 2015, which fell by 6.3 percent from 2014 and 9.1 percent from 2013.
This was accompanied by a rise in marriage age, which rose by about a year and a half in the first ten years of this century.
The reluctance to marry and its age in China are part of a global trend. The United States, the OECD countries and Japan have passed the same thing in recent years, as do major Chinese societies.
In 2016, the government revoked the seven additional days of honeymoon it had previously given as punishment for couples who marry "late" [25 years for men and 23 for women].
The hope was that this would prompt young people to marry as soon as possible [and eventually have children].
The state is particularly concerned about the millions of men compared to the number of women in China who were born after the 1970s as a result of selective abortion of girls, and men now find it difficult to find wives.
Government statistics also show that more than 85 percent of migrant and migrant workers, one third of them at marriage age, work more than 44 hours a week, leaving them little time and energy to build relationships.

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