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.
But China’s super-rich women are facing problems of their own, said Mr Du, not least finding time to scout for would-be husbands.
And the People's Park marriage market isn't for the casual love-seeker; it's an atmosphere of transaction, one that these parents have down to a science.We don't focus on the mass general public." Golden Bachelor says it has 5 million registered members and employs psychologists and special matchmaking consultants to personally assist multi-millionaires in their pursuit of romance.And then there also are the so-called "love hunters" -- staff who travel around the country in search of China's most beautiful bachelorettes to bring to the lavish matchmaking parties the company throws."And those who can meet those standards are few." Xu is the founder of Golden Bachelor, an online dating site catering to an expanding class of super-wealthy Chinese singletons who have it all except for one thing: a bride. The Golden Bachelor "Diamond Love" membership goes for 300,000 Yuan (,000).The Web site states in Chinese the qualifications for joining: a personal or family wealth of at least 2 million yuan (2,000); a background that is extremely superior, wealthy and aristocratic; very good personal qualities or young, talented and beautiful.