A shortlist of 100 men will be invited on an all-expenses-paid trip to Chengdu on August 23, China’s Valentines’ Day, for dinner dates with the 36 women, all aged between 28 and 49.Competition for a place at the table will be fierce.UK-based graduates of “famous [British] universities” had also applied, he said.

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His parents never talked to him about sex or dating, and sex education at school was a joke (he had to learn about it from late-night radio shows, his friends, and later the Internet). The first time he had sex with a girl (not me), he had no idea what to do, and she had to show him how.

(I will say he turned out to be a fantastic lover, despite this story he told me).

Any idea why my Singaporean (Chinese) lover is so terrible in bed? In the past his gfs have been Chinese and Singaporean..

He is 35, has had long term relationships, has been exposed to the west as he is a successful producer and has been all over the world, he is exposed to the concept of good sex through films and media… When I asked Chinese friends they say in Chinese culture men are less romantic and more passive and don’t want to give pleasure to women.

Even the government sees helping men find love as a priority.

Last month the People’s Daily newspaper warned that “social harmony and stability” could be threatened if millions of rural men were unable to find partners.Because they are very successful they also expect their husband to be at least as successful as they are.” Rebecca Chen, who at 29 is one of the youngest Chengdu-based millionaires to sign up for the project, said social norms also hampered a rich woman’s search for the perfect man.“Men have a much higher success rate [in finding love] and a much broader selection, since they can choose someone from a lower social group,” said Chen, whose family controls a Chengdu property and hotel empire.They are always surrounded by business people or customers so they don’t have much of a chance to meet good guys outside their [immediate] circles.” Wealthy women also faced prejudice from men of their own social class, he claimed.“Wealthy men don’t necessarily want a wife as successful as them.Dating is big business in China, a country that is reputedly home to some 180 million single people.