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丁克: Dual Income, No Kids Upper Intermediate PREMIUM

丁克: Dual Income, No Kids


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丁克: Dual Income, No Kids Upper Intermediate PREMIUM

DINK is an acronym that stands for "Dual Income, No Kids". It describes a couple who do have double income and do not have children. Listen to how this choice is perceived in Chinese culture.

Constance Fang, Fiona Tian
3032
Upper Intermediate
children, childbirth, one-child policy, relationships, culture, marriage
only, 而(ér)

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