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She said she has been pushed by her parents to get married.The guideline just brings more pressure and makes her think of herself as a loser, she said.
While many netizens gave the government a thumbs-up for its high-profile attention to young people, some say the guideline is depressing."Growing up in the traditional Chinese cultural atmosphere, I also think it's right to get married at the proper time to enjoy a happy family life.But it happens that we may fail to find our Mr Rights in time," said 24-year-old Han Yanni, who works for a security company in Beijing.Government bodies will coordinate to promote real-name registrations and authentication on dating sites and crack down on marital fraud and other crimes related to matchmaking services, according to the guideline issued by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China, the Ministry of Civil Affairs and the National Health and Family Planning Commission.The number of singles in the country remains large, while available online dating platforms come with doubts about authenticity.
A US study shows that 41% of teens and young adults have electronically sent sexually explicit images.