Joy Chen is a superstar in China, the champion of young women known as "leftovers" -- those who are still single in their mids and scorned by all. Chen is the author of "Do Not Marry Before Age 30," a pop culture bestseller that offers dating advice and strives to help women reach their full potential.
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In Hollywood movies, the visit by an in-law is portrayed as a mini-apocalypse. Wang Haijun, a real estate agent on Beijing's east side, said he can always tell when a desperate bachelor walks into his office. But in some places people feel that their marriage needs a religious endorsement. But like all humor or satire, it contains a kernel of truth — or in this case, a moment of epiphany to most Chinese. Among the laws that were eliminated was the one that required couples to get permission from their employers before they could get married.
In his book, The Demographic Future, American political economist Nicholas Eberstadt cites projections that by , more than a quarter of Chinese men in their 30s will not have married. Gan Tian, China Daily, June ]. Marriages are not religious events in Buddhism. He has a good heart; he loves his daughters so much.