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A new generation with different expectations for love and romantic relationships has blossomed in China.

As Tan’s friends pine, a popular belief among China’s young people is that the one-child policy is the root of their loneliness.

When Christine Tan arrived in Shanghai, she was at once fascinated and puzzled by the city.

While old streets were giving way to new skyscrapers, it was not the visual changes that caught her attention.

With an average of 10 million couples tying the knot every year in China, and I’d say it’s a topic to be a bit familiar with. They should be earning at least 4000 RMB a month, have a house, a car and ..

oh wait, did I mention that the average salary of a Chinese college graduate is 3000 RMB a month, an average apartment in Shanghai is 28,147 RMB (US,542) per square meter, and an average car is more expensive than it is in the US because of the import and customs tax? Literally meaning left over women, it’s a label no woman wants.

During adolescence and the early adult years, dating enhances identity formation for individuals and provides socialization experiences which are necessary to forming and maintaining intimate and interpersonal relationships in life (Chen et al. Although researchers have directed their efforts toward a better understanding of the dynamics of dating and partner selection, focusing upon the influence of such elements as the family environment (e.g., parental divorce, parental marital quality, parent-child relationships), peer relationships, and community factors (Bryant and Conger ), the majority of studies focusing upon dating and romantic relationships have utilized samples of Western youth.

Rather, she watched on as the increasingly international city absorbed new cultures and ideas into its already complex history.

The observations inspired Tan to pen her experiences as a “not-quite-foreign foreigner” living in modern China in a blog, Shanghai Shiok.

What are some of the wedding traditions and customs that are a ‘must know’? There’s so much going on when you break it down that regardless if you’re the guy, girl, family member or wedding company, there’s pressure when talking about marriage. To be an elegible bachelor and meet the standards of most Chinese women is difficult to say the least.

The sound of billion being dropped on this booming industry. So how much does the average Chinese wedding cost in China?