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A recent surv上海千花网女神会所ey shows that more than 61 percent of Chinese young people oppose

arranged marriage, expecting their parents to only give suggestions when finding a spouse.

The survey, released by China Youth Daily Thursday, found that the most unacceptable parental inte

rference among young Chinese is parents attending a blind date in place of their children, making up to 45 percent.

The second most offensive interference was parents joining their child on a blind date, accounting for 25.1 percent of those surveyed.

“I don’t like that parents control the whole process of my marriage as well as the bli

nd dates,” said Lin Peng, from Nanchang, Jiangxi province. “I hope I can have more freedom.”

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