|Many young people are feeling the holiday blues, as they know "returning home single" is going to invite those curious stares and never ending questions about when they are going to tie the knot. (CNTV)|
Key Words: love; marriage; Spring Fesitval
With the Spring Festival just days away, millions of people are rushing home for family reunions, and of course the New Year's Eve Dinner. But many young people are feeling the holiday blues, as they know "returning home single" is going to invite those curious stares and never ending questions about when they are going to tie the knot. Yu Li takes a look at a service that might help buy those anxious singles, buy a little breathing space.
2013 Spring Festival Special
It's the same dreaded feeling all Chinese single women, especially those in their 30s, feel when coming home for the holidays. What are they dreading? Questions like these.
Questions are like:
"Do you have a boyfriend yet?"
"Why not? "
And they'll keep pushing:
"Hurry up and find a man, you're just wasting your time. Women can't afford to wait cause time doesn't wait for you."
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