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The number of registered divorces in China reached a record 8.6 million last year, almost double the 2019 total and eclipsing the number of marriage registrations for the first time, according to government data.
One in five women in China said last year that they regret getting marriedConcerns about domestic violence, household responsibilities and unequal public policies fuel their doubts about marriage
Bill and Melinda Gates, who for decades have overseen one of history’s greatest fortunes and philanthropic operations, said they plan to divorce. Bill and Melinda Gates said on May 3 that they were divorcing after 27 years of marriage.
HONG KONG: Asia’s billionaires had only just started taking to blank-cheque companies, but now the SPAC boom is deflating on Wall Street.
Rules must strike a balance between rights of all stakeholders
India and China come down hard due to concerns of financial market stability, illegal fundraising
Beijing: The 30-day “cooling-off” period before divorce proceedings are finalised is playing a critical role in reversing some couples’ decisions on splitting, Hubei Daily reported.Statistics from the civil affairs bureau of Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, showed that in January, the bureau accepted divorce applications from 3,096 couples.
KUALA LUMPUR: Zoo Negara has received close to RM12mil in donations and sponsorships from individuals, the private sector and government agencies within the past year.
Chinese mum pays over US$150,000 to have ‘perfect’ seven kids, bucking country’s declining childbirth trend
Zhang Rongrong’s family paid the ‘social support fees’ – effectively fines – to give birth to seven babies under China’s two-child policyA successful businesswoman, Zhang says the decision was not driven by gender preference, but because she hopes never to be alone
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Facebook will restore Australian news pages, ending an unprecedented week-long blackout after wringing concessions from the government over a proposed law that will require tech giants to pay traditional media companies for their content.