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So is this stigma very visible in China? I've read about it, but just might be somewhat of a media creation over a few cases. Are there hordes of 27+ women in China looking for a potential mate and getting a bit desperate ? Anyone in China have an inside scoop.
That is a load of crap! There are very few hot women in China, mostly because they don't often wear makeup or focus on appearance, short hair and bad teeth. Secondly many of the hot ones are escorts/mistresses for rich Chinese men. You want hot Asian ladies go to Thailand where you have a chance. There of more men than women in China and the pickings are slim and wife material even slimmer. That is the fact, not fiction.
I think your one of the few men that says Thailand is great. Some of the expats in Thailand typically ends up with the girls from Issan. Issan girls are not the best quality. Middle class Thai girls tends to avoid western expat only because they don't want that bar girl stereotype . So to get a hot high quality thai girl I'm curious to hear this.
Proportionately speaking they are not a large segment of the female population, but because the population in China in absolute numbers is so large, there are quite a number of 'sheng nu' women around, and as Ghost says, you'll find more of them in the tier one and perhaps high end tier 2 cities.
Yes those women will drop their standards because the stigma here against 'sheng nu' women is quite big, unlike in westernized feminist countries where feminism seeks to de-stigmatize spinsterhood.
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I was talking to a girl I in Shenzhen and she was saying that there are more eligible women in Shenzhen compared to men. There is definitely a gender imbalance in China; but might not be in the big cities. English language skills in the smaller cities and rural areas would be rather lacking anyways.
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