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New Edition: What Sex and Love Mean to the Next Generation


This Valentine’s Day, we’re exploring the matters of love. Specifically, what it means to young people in China, and how they navigate sex, romance, and relationships at every stage in their lives.

Do young people frequent sex shops? Are male or female university students more open to romance? Why did a pandemic kick off a wave of new divorces? And during Lunar New Year holidays — which start this week before the Year of the Ox — what’s the question most young singles still dread?

All these questions and more are explored in our latest Edition, “Young Love” — only on RADII.co.

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Mayura Jain
    Mayura Jain is the former Deputy Managing Editor at RADII. Before joining RADII, she worked for the publications City Weekend and Sixth Tone as an editor and graphic designer respectively. In her spare time she frequents art exhibitions, fosters cats, and chows on unhealthy vegetarian food.
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