The magazine The Economist published an article on 3rd September this year with the title, “I don´t”, describing how most Japanese who want to get married find it hard to accomplish their goal.
The 's celebratory tone is undermined somewhat by the fact that this amazing increase brought the total number of marriages between Chinese men and Japanese women to… Still, that’s didn’t stop the from rubbing Japan’s face in it.
According to the article, there was a staggering increase of 30 percent in the number of Japanese girls marrying Chinese men last year, which is “the highest in history.” Perhaps Japanese girls have heard about the astounding levels of sexual satisfaction in China that we reported on a few months ago. Given Japan has a population of around 128 million, it’ll be a while before this “trend” starts having a major impact on the Japanese population.
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The Economist concludes that women in Japan and other rich western countries are better educated, career minded, are financially independent and do not see the traditional family as the only way to lead a fulfilling life.