Global Times recently published an article written by a “Stephanie N.” Titled “Single foreign females in China don’t have it easy“, Stephanie complains that circumstances are tough for her and other foreign women when it comes to finding love in Shanghai, saying that the “odds are simply against us” and calling the entire experience “bittersweet”.
No one is spared in Stephanie’s deconstruction of the Wild West of relationships that is Shanghai.
In India, sons are preferred for the economic support they provide for the household, particularly in their parents' old age.And even if a female expat is able to find a Chinese man for a romantic relationship, her “Mr. ” And yet, it seems what Stephanie truly desires aren’t arms to hold her during cold nights.She is looking for an end to the status quo that has marginalized expat women in Shanghai: In turn, it would also be interesting to watch Western men finally get a reality check and discover that most of them are hardly “God’s gift to women” and could never get this much action back in their home countries.(April 2011) Together, China and India account for 37 percent of the world's population.Both countries have conducted censuses over the past year, and when they report their census results, figures such as the widely accepted world population total are at risk of changing.She uses this opportunity to complain about both men and women from China and abroad, implicating everyone for their part in contributing to her plight.