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'While you’re at university your parents constantly discourage you from having relationships; they tell you to focus on your studies,’ continues Wu Manling.'Then, when you finally graduate at the age of 25, you’re suddenly expected to know how to find a rich boyfriend who has a car and a house.But by then you only have two or three years before you’re branded a shengnu.If you don’t manage it within that small window of time they worry and fuss.
Meanwhile, their grandparents – many of whom can still remember mass famine – are piling on the expectations, too.'I always dread Chinese New Year,’ says Yang Ziyang, a 32-year-old talent agent earning in excess of one million RMB (£100,000) a year, 'because that’s when my extended family come over to the house and they all want to know why I’m not married yet.I tell them it’s because I have standards that I’m not willing to lower.’ Touching an expensive-looking bangle on her wrist, she goes on, 'I think my parents understand a bit more – they just want me to be happy – but my aunties always say things like, “Oh, do you remember that girl you went to school with? ” It's very frustrating.’ Wu Manling, 30 and a magazine editor, agrees.X Conte began her hunt for love unofficially in the early 2000s, but says she started getting serious about settling down and finding a life partner in 2008.She tried meeting people at bars, clubs, blind dates and speed dating, but was getting no results.“One weekend I was hanging out with my mom, and two friends separately and all three had said, ‘why don’t you join e Harmony?
If someone is turned off at that goal, that just tells you they aren’t on the same page as you and why would you want that anyway?