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While the age factor plays an important role from a men’s perspective, Chinese single women generally attach importance to the of one’s partner.
Owning a car and a house are often mentioned as requirements.
Although China has more single men, it is the “leftover” women who are stigmatized in the media, and suffer more familial and societal pressure to get married than their male counterpart.
This can partly be explained by traditional ideas about .
Amongst other functions, they allow users to explore potential love interests based on one’s location.
This makes it possible for members to look for a partner who lives in the same neighbourhood, or goes to the same karaoke bar.
Iphone and Android dating apps such as ) have become increasingly popular.
Popular dating websites like Baihe meet their customer’s demand by approaching dating in a practical way.
Members have to provide their real names, and are encouraged to add information about their educational background and economic situation.
But, problematically, the majority of China’s ‘leftover women’ live in urban areas and are at the ‘high end’ of the societal ladder (relatively high income and education), whereas the majority of the so-called ‘’ are based in rural areas and are at the ‘lower end’ (lower income and education).
Since Chinese women traditionally prefer to marry ‘up’ in terms of age, income and education, and the men usually marry ‘down’, these men and women find themselves at the wrong ends of the ladder.
Especially for women, the pressure to get married is very real.