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|
|February 17, 2017|
|children, childbirth, one-child policy, relationships, culture, marriage||only, 而(ér)|
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