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Apr 7, 2016

China’s “leftover women” stand up to marriage pressure and #ChangeDestiny

From China: ‘Marriage Market Takeover’ for SK-II by Forsman & Bodenfors

The latest chapter of SK-II ChangeDestiny campaign takes a look at the pressure women face in China from both their parents and society to marry young and chronicles their road to acceptance.

Titled Marriage Market Takeover’, the film is highlights the brave and inspirational women who won’t let pressure dictate their future and features SK-II’s takeover of a marriage market in Shanghai.

It aims to show...

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