You can rent a 'boyfriend' in China's shopping malls (but don’t get the wrong idea, they just...)


Shopping malls in China have started offering “boyfriend-sharing” services. This is one of the more eye-catching examples of the country’s all-encompassing shared economy.  

The launch of one such service at a mall in the northern province of Hebei on Thursday was reported by Chinanews.com, which published pictures of young men dressed in smart jackets and bow ties standing inside display frames. 

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