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So ladies, if you don’t want to end up as an old maid and die alone, you must hurry and “get real.” Don’t be picky and only go after men who have a “good package.” Cure your “princess syndrome” and stop being a spoiled brat.
Don’t become one of those gold-digging, delusional This stigma toward single women has become the central narrative of Hong Kong’s dating culture.
The message to women is clear: Lower your expectations, even though you might deserve better.
A column entitled “Hey sisters, get real or you will die alone” published on April 11 in EJ Insight is the latest, most offensive iteration of this message.