Without love life and family trappings, China’s singles become consumption engine in economy

//Without love life and family trappings, China’s singles become consumption engine in economy

Without love life and family trappings, China’s singles become consumption engine in economy

Angela Wang has no qualms when it comes to splurging on her two cats. Being single and financially-independent, she has spent some 50,000 yuan (US$7,650) on her exotic shorthair and a British blue over the past two years, treating them to food and toys on most days, and haircuts and spa visits on occasional weekends.“My pets are my family here,” said the 31-year-old marketing manager with a fashion retailing company, who moved to Chengdu in southwestern Sichuan province four years ago after…

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By | 2020-12-26T01:30:08+00:00 December 26th, 2020|Business|Comments Off on Without love life and family trappings, China’s singles become consumption engine in economy