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A new report by the Ministry of Civil Affairs shows that the number of divorces in China jumped 8 percent last year, and, for the first time in 10 years, the increase of the divorce rate has outpaced the growth of the marriage rate.

In Beijing and Shanghai, almost 40 percent of couples now divorce, a figure approaching those in Western countries.

Many fresh-of-the-plane expats and chinese nationals. With the plus version you get unlimited likes, 5 super likes a day, boost tool, and GPS function. Tan Tan Tantan is well-known as the chinese version of tinder.

The swiping function works the same as on tinder although no Plus version is available on this one.

And now this is the first dating show in China actually brings the parents into the “perfect wife/husband” selection. Take a look at the trailer: Janny Chyn is the founder of Shanghai Pathways ( a platform that engages people to learn and understand the city through unique cultural activities “off the beaten tracks.” She is also a writer for The Courier magazine and has been a guest speaker for schools and organizations.

Apart from running Shanghai Pathways, Janny provides training and consultation service for corporate clients such as P&G, Ipsos and Google.

Marriage based on economic status is normal in China.The primary goal of attending the Shanghai marriage market is for parents to find a suitable partner for their child.The standards of finding the right match may be based upon (but not limited to) age, In many parents' eyes, parent matchmaking gatherings such as the Shanghai Marriage Market are the only way to uphold a traditional dating style for their children in modern China.One of the primary issues here is that for Chinese women, there is a much stronger emphasis on getting married early.This goes back to less stable times, when marriage meant much-needed security, but of course this is by no means a purely Chinese phenomenon: In 2010, 44% of American women had married by age 25, but way way back in 1995, more than 59% had been hitched by 25.

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