Stephanie describes Chinese men as “effeminate” and “small-sized” people who don’t have the capability to have a relationship with a foreign woman.“If anything, [foreign women are] considered too dominant, turning the majority of them off with our independent personalities and strong opinions,” she wrote. Stephanie writes that Chinese men are interested in “engaging us in one night stands or brief flings, but then cutting things off abruptly when it’s time for the relationship to move into serious territory.” Despite her condescending view of Chinese men, Stephanie hopes to have a relationship with a Chinese man in Shanghai, warning them to “watch out because here I come!
And then there also are the so-called "love hunters" -- staff who travel around the country in search of China's most beautiful bachelorettes to bring to the lavish matchmaking parties the company throws.The last one was on December 20 in Beijing in a luxury hotel.The ticket price was 100,000 yuan, (,600); 21 single women and 22 single men attended.Ladies took part in a wedding gown show and also sang, danced, even cooked for their moneyed suitors during a talent program.The survey sampled the 80 million members of the website and classified those who earned at least twice the average local monthly salary of 50,000 yuan (roughly ,050) as "wealthy." Chinese Culture: New Year Celebration Events Across China Spring Festival 2017 has proven yet again how colorful Chinese culture is, and how devoted the Chinese people are to their own culture.
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They will be competing for men at the top of the social hierarchy." Rapid urbanization is eroding more traditional ways of finding partners through relatives and friends and is pressing young people to seek out new avenues for romance.
In a society that is increasingly living life on the Internet, online services are poised to capitalize on the looming scarcity of love matches.
A 2,000 yuan (0) deposit gets members six months of individualized attention from one of the company's 400 matchmakers who work in a call center in the city of Shenzhen.
The matchmakers advise men and women on how to tweak their profiles, what to wear to dinner, even how to fix their hair based on a large database of empirical evidence collected from members who were -- and were not -- asked out on a second date.
Incapable of repelling sexual advances due to being “inhibited about their sexuality” and a “submissive nature in the bedroom”, Stephanie describes Chinese women as Shanghai’s renewable resource that keeps replenishing the carnal needs of its dating pool, “ensuring that most Western men here are never short on sex”.