90% of singles lack love skills, blind dates start young
Ninety percent of China’s singles have been in love less than three times and a lack of experience of being in a relationship is possibly the main reason for young Chinese to stay single, a recent report revealed.
Chinese matchmaking website zhenai.com released a report on Monday, which also revealed that nearly 70 percent of single people in the post-1990s generation in China had fallen in love less than twice.
The number of singles above 15 years old has reached 240 million, the Beijing Youth Daily reported after calculating figures released in an annual report by the National Bureau of Statistics in 2018.
“I could not find a boyfriend because I studied arts in high school and college, and there were only a few men around me. Now, I am too busy working,” Liu Zhiying, a 25-year-old primary school teacher in Beijing, told the Global Times on Monday.