It is widely acknowledged that the contemporary Chinese society is probably the most noteworthy society throughout history that has undergone extensive and comprehensive changes in a short time period (Brown 140). In the similar fashion, the present-day modern and urbanized China has also experienced significant changes in its norms, attitude, and customs concerning sexuality, marriage, and divorce. A number of these changes are supported by the governmental authorities. On the other hand, many changes took place regardless of government’s redirecting efforts. It is worth-mentioning that numerous revolutionary movements in the last sixty years have Continue reading...