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Shanghai newlyweds' average age keeps rising

By He Qi in Shanghai | China Daily | Updated: 2019-08-14 07:08

At 27, Shi Fan, a copywriter at a Shanghai company that helps clients with overseas study, said marriage was a concern too far for her to consider for the moment.

"Getting married means being responsible for a family and being in a position to raise a kid," said Shi, who graduated from Monash University in Australia. "I'm not ready for it."

Shi said she plans to get married between the ages of 30 and 35. Before that, she wants to enjoy being single, which makes her feel "free and unrestrained".

Shanghai newlyweds' average age keeps rising

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