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China Daily (Hong Kong) - - PAGE TWO -

Sin­gles in East China’s Jiangxi prov­ince are the most pres­sured by their par­ents to get mar­ried, ac­cord­ing to the 2016 Dat­ing and Mar­riage Re­port re­leased by on­line dat­ing web­site Shi­ji­ji­ayuan. The re­port shows that nearly 60 per­cent of sin­gle men and half of sin­gle women have been pushed by their par­ents to get mar­ried, and the fig­ure has nearly dou­bled com­pared with 2015. Women who are highly cul­tured and steeped in pro­pri­ety are most fa­vored by men, while fam­ily-ori­ented and con­sid­er­ate men are most fa­vored by women. On the flip side, be­ing too fo­cused on money, mak­ing prob­lems out of noth­ing and nar­row-mind­ed­ness in women are top three char­ac­ter­is­tics that are hated by men. Be­ing stingy, hag­gling over ev­ery ounce, hav­ing fem­i­nine qual­i­ties and nar­row-mind­ed­ness are the top four traits that women dis­like in men.

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