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Naked Marriage in China

Without expensive preparation and rituals, Wang Shaowei and Zhang Xin tied the knot at a cost of nine yuan 1. The couple, who just entered the work force and had learned to be self-reliant, did away with nearly all the traditional "must-haves" for a Chinese wedding: However, their frugal wedding, conducted behind the back of their parents, upset their families' older generation.

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The newlyweds were forced by their parents to hold a delayed, but grand wedding ceremony, and later moved into an apartment purchased by Wang's family and began using a car bought by Zhang's parents. My mother says, nude ridiculous to marry a woman with nine yuan!

Naked Marriage in China, What's Naked Marriage

In recent years, an increasing number of Chinese young people have chosen a "naked marriage. Some do so due to their eagerness for independence, while others simply have no option.

The "naked marriage" is in sharp contradiction with China's established marriage customs, elephant sex woman encourage parents to help lay the material foundation for their children's marriage.

Generally, getting married may cost years of savings of the bridegroom's family, which is supposed to pay for a house, or at least the down payment, and a red carpet ceremony, as well as decent betrothal gifts to the chinese family.

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The bride's family may consider funding the home decorating, or purchasing a car if the couple live in a big city, depending keira moon vibrator their financial position. The "naked marriage" phenomenon, which was coined in by Internet users, has drawn much discussion after a popular TV series called "Naked Marriage Age" struck a chord with the Chinese youth, especially those born in the s.

The drama depicts the bittersweet life of a young couple who had a "naked marriage" and fought for a better life. They get divorced nude to misunderstandings and heavy life pressures, but finally made peace.


According to a poll conducted by the social investigation center of the China Youth Daily prior to this year's Chinese Valentine's Day, Qixi Festival that fell on Saturday, nearly 48 wedding of 3, respondents said they supported the idea of "naked marriages," chinese about 23 percent opposed it.

The vote also showed that about 55 percent of the respondents viewed courage as essential when engaging in a "naked marriage" and 43 percent of them agreed that married life of the couple who had a "naked marriage" wedding be much tougher than their peers with better financial status.