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Many women refuse men who do not have steady jobs (such as freeters and NEETs).Masahiro Morioka argues that Japanese herbivore men are a result of Japan's post-war peace.If she would not agree, there would be no other men to introduce her to.
Wang’ (alias) spent 16000 yuan to become a member of a Beijing matchmaking company. Wang says the company only arranged two dates for her, after which they did not introduce her to any other men.
An agreement to end a long-standing dispute between Japan and South Korea over wartime sex slaves was met with suspicion in China, where campaigners, experts and the media questioned Tokyo’s motives over the move.
Lawyer Kang Jian, who has represented 14 Chinese 'comfort women' over the past twenty years, said relatives had contacted her to ask why they were not issued with an apology.
In Japan, the decline of the Japanese economy is often said to contribute to the rise of herbivore men, the theory being that economic disillusionment from the bubble burst of the early 1990s, has caused Japanese men to turn their backs on typical "masculine" and corporate roles.
As economic downturn showed the fragility of salarymen, permanent employment became less appealing, with over 2,500,000 freeters—young people working only part-time—and between 650,000 and 850,000 NEETs—young people who are "not in education, employment, or training"—between the ages of 19 and 35, living in Japan.Although there are around 20 million more men under 30 than women under 30 (Fincher 2014, 4), there is still a general conception that women over 30 are “too old” to get married ( Earlier this year, Taiwanese actress Liu Ruoying published a book about finding love after 41.