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Excess Wealthy Single Ladies in Hong Kong: Heaven for Single Men Hong Kong, one of the financial centers in Asia, has a unique problem. Many of the single ladies in Hong Kong have white collar jobs and are financially independent. There are now 907 men for every 1,000 members of this age group, but the disparity will increase to 664 men for every 1,000 women by 2036. by Samuel Chong December 4, 2009 Also see Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren's Problem is Nothing Compared to Hong Kong's.
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It is so unique that some of the online dating sites and traditional matchmaking services in Hong Kong have been actively looking for qualified men in the United States.
Single men in Los Angeles and the Bay Area are just some of the choices that they are considering.
Though not all Chinese men think like that (the author, married to an educated lady who is more capable than him, is one of the exceptions), the majority of them do think this way.
This is why many Hong Kong men prefer marrying more submissive women from mainland China than their locals.
But with all the single women available in Hong Kong, why are men looking overseas in search of romance? Suzanne Choi, a researcher in gender studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
“Hong Kong women are highly qualified and independent, but the marriage norm of men marrying down and women marrying up has remained largely intact.
In traditional Chinese culture, for women at least, "less is more" - women with less (education, financial resources) seem to have better chances of finding husbands.
“It means that men can focus on their career while they're young, and then find their other half at around 30 while women have to worry about focusing on their career and finding love simultaneously.”50 years ago, Hong Kong’s gender ratio was relatively level, but in the past decade, a steady flow of female migrants from the Philippines and Indonesia, seeking work as domestic helpers, have arrived in the territory, and there are now 300,000 of these women registered in Hong Kong.