A Chinese woman is going viral after declaring that she prefers “high-quality singleness” to “low-quality marriage.”

A Chinese woman is going viral after declaring that she prefers "high-quality singleness" to "low-quality marriage."
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A Chinese woman has gone viral after declaring that she prefers “high-quality singleness” to “low-quality marriage”.

An unnamed 36-year-old woman lives alone in her home in Dalian, Liaoning Province, China live more alone and be independent rather than having a relationship for the sake of getting married.

in a video posted by Star Videothe woman says she doesn’t subscribe to the belief that “marriage is a guaranteed utopia or haven,” adding that while marriage offers stability and a home, it can also lead to less freedom.

“I think women these days are no longer dependent on men for marriage, so I find myself living my life,” she says.

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In the video, the woman demonstrates her calm and leisurely lifestyle, lying at home in her pajamas and cooking the food she likes. Her story has reportedly garnered over 270,000 views and over 27,000 comments by social media users.

In China, getting married at a certain age is a cultural norm. A woman who remains unmarried after the age of 27 is usually labeled as “sheng nu” or “sheng nu”.the remaining woman,” is a derogatory term used to describe single women.

The woman in the video is fair one of many women Those who resist pressure to marry in China. according to National Bureau of Statistics of Chinathe number of Chinese who chose to remain single fell 41% from 23.8 million in 2013 to 13.9 million in 2019.

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Although the Chinese government outlawed arranged marriage in 1950 when it passed the New Marriage Law, the practice remains common in China today, with parents forcing their adult children into marriage. Some parents even “marriage market🇧🇷

Several social media users applauded the woman in the video for her independence. “I’m not judging her choice because she’s free to make her own decisions, but I support her living for herself,” one user wrote. South China Morning Post🇧🇷

Others disagreed with his life choices.

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🇧🇷What will he do when he gets old? He won’t find anyone to keep him company,” one user wrote.

🇧🇷He is selfish. If many people thought like him, where would future generations come from?” Another user commented.

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