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The guidelines were published after a suicide made headlines for days and triggered widespread concern about the authenticity of dating websites.
On Sept 7, tech entrepreneur Su Xiangmao, 37, killed himself in part because his former wife had hidden the fact that she had been married briefly before, according to the note he left behind. According to the suicide note, the woman told him about her previous marriage just one day ahead of their marriage registration in June.
At the same time, respecting one’s parents is extremely important in China and not getting married is often regarded as a sign of disrespect by the older generations.
Not getting married at a certain age is seen as a real problem and a lot of social pressure is put on the “leftover women.” This is especially true during holidays like Chinese New Year (read more about it here).
BEIJING • China has taken steps to clean up the online dating scene, with the issuance of guidelines governing dating websites.
Government bodies will coordinate to promote real-name registrations and authentication on dating sites and crack down on marital fraud and other crimes related to matchmaking services, according to the guidelines issued by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China (CYL), the Ministry of Civil Affairs, and the National Health and Family Planning Commission.
Can you imagine if your parents would do this with your CV?
In today’s modern world, young Chinese people are looking for partners on their own and do not approve of their parents’ matchmaking anymore.
This derogatory term is used to describe women who are in their late 20s or older, usually pursuing a successful career, and who are still unmarried.A high salary and a house are no longer at the top of their list, as the women themselves can afford a good lifestyle out of their own pocket.For them, the personality of their potential partner as well as their own happiness are becoming more significant.While many netizens gave the government a thumbs-up for its high-profile attention to young people, some say the guidelines are depressing."Growing up in the traditional Chinese cultural atmosphere, I also think it's right to get married at the proper time to enjoy a happy family life. we may fail to find our Mr Right in time," said 24-year-old Han Yanni, who works for a security company in Beijing.
In occasions like this, the whole family gets together and asks the unmarried young women how old they are, why they are not married yet, whether they have a boyfriend etc.