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(Source: Xinhua, news.eastday.com/Translated and edited by Women of China)Please understand that womenofchina.cn,a non-profit, information-communication website, cannot reach every writer before using articles and images.For copyright issues, please contact us by emailing: [email protected] Choice In China, romance and marriage are never completely personal issues for the two involved. The Peking University survey finds that the happiness of married life drops to its lowest level by the 3rd-5th year, much earlier than the commonly held "seven-year itch." About 11 percent of couples in those years swear that they would not choose their current partner in the next life, and some 9 percent said they simply would not get married.The relationship between parents-in-law has been a key element in the process. students have an even higher record of averaging 7.12 love affairs. In fact, there are differences between men and women's feelings towards their marriage.Generally, Chinese single men put most of their energy into work while women tend to arrange an enjoyable single life for themselves.To some extent, this has been an outcome of the popular idea that successful men and beautiful women are the most favored spouses. Should you marry someone who loves you, or the other way around?Now, nearly half of the Chinese singles choose a third way—the person with equal material conditions, such as income and real estate.
In 2014, the topic "Chinese men are not enough for Chinese women" sparked heated debate on social media.As regards broken families, extramarital affairs have been a factor in over half of cases, with men and women cheating in equal proportion.Most of the singles interviewed thought it appropriate to force the "marriage-breaker" out without giving them any family assets, with female support for this strategy 14 percent higher than among men.The articles published and opinions expressed on this website represent the opinions of writers and are not necessarily shared by About Us | Contact Us | Site Map | Advertising with Us | Job Opportunities | Links | Copyright & Disclaimer 京ICP备10020604号 Copyright 2005-2019 All rights reserved.
China is relatively new to the whole modern-stable-globalized-internet (still working on that last one, really) country thing, and when your culture is over 4,000 years in the making, old habits die hard.