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Only A-grade women and D-grade men can’t find partners.” A woman, who is looking for a spouse for her child, takes notes from a personal profile board during a mass wedding organised as part of a matchmaking event in Shanghai May 18, 2013.REUTERS/Carlos Barria In Beijing, more than a third of women in their late 20s and 30s are looking for husbands, according to the dating website A 2010 survey by the government-backed All China Women's Federation showed there were 180 million single men and women in the nation of more than 1.3 billion people.
"Some people say they are moved by the video, but have they become more confident after watching it?" Another Weibo user Queenie Solo says that the whole ad focuses on parents' opinions, which changed easily at the end."Shouldn't we stand on a sociological perspective and tell the audience that being married or not is no problem at all for those independent, hardworking and confident females?The film begins in a depressive atmosphere with parents pressuring their daughters to marry, but in the end the women win understanding after their parents find their written declarations of pride of being single and independent at a "marriage market", a place where parents seek dating opportunities for their unmarried children.
However, the happy ending doesn't win approval from critics like Gu.BEIJING, April 12 (Xinhua) -- An advert claimed to "empower" China's "leftover" unmarried women has triggered backlash since it went viral online last week, as some critics say they could not find confidence in it but weeping for sympathy.