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This is why many parents feel it is their duty to find Mr or Mrs Right for their twenty-something kids instead, while the younger generation today are more focused on work and maintaining a small circle of close friends.After the parents’ screening, a candidate is set up with someone from a similar background or promising prospects, often sons or daughters may not appreciate this effort.“Compulsive, indifferent and goal-oriented,” said Daisy Liu, a 29-year-old civil servant living in Beijing, as she gave one-word reviews on the more than 20 blind dates that her parents had organized for her.Daisy’s parents and relatives started to play matchmakers as soon as she stepped into society at 23, but none of the blind dates worked out.Li Yu, a 50-year-old divorcee, no longer needs to click through the miscellaneous pages on – the largest online dating website in China – to search for the right man.This is because she purchased VIP membership for 20,000 yuan (approximately ,080).

Because of this imbalance, a "marriage queue" starts to develop.Leftovers refer to single women (usually those over 25) or men (usually over 30), who are not yet married or in a long-term relationship.Aside form the TV dating show, blind dates directly involving parents and relatives are not rare in China because the future well-being of children are the most important career for mothers and fathers.Transgender talk-show host dubbed Chinese Oprah, Jin Xing, is the MC of hugely popular reality TV show “Chinese Dating” because of its aggressive and unique style with young people bringing their parents and relatives on the stage to participate in the selection of their date.Critics have labeled it sexist and a step backward similar to the outdated custom of an arranged marriage, but the show partly reflects today’s Chinese marriage ecosystem where “leftovers” and their parents hit the panic buttons when festive events must be attended such as family gatherings during Lunar New Year, the Lantern Festival or Chinese Valentine’s Day (February 11).Unfortunately for China’s women their new-found confidence has incited a backlash from men, the government and even their own families.