China's top 10 high-pressure cities for men

13:55, September 30, 2010      

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Men always carry all kinds of pressure — especially if they live in big cities. Since the living environment is getting harder and harder in modern days, many of men struggle with the pressure of responsibilities, such as careers and caring for their families and children. Let's look at the top 10 domestic cities whem men feel the most pressure.


No. 1 Shanghai

For men living in Shanghai, the rising oriental business center, the pressure is quite obvious. Local residents tend to exclude outsiders and rising prices in the Shanghai housing market are bending men's back in the city. As for love and marrying a Shanghai wife, is that even possible with such an unstable economic situation?
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(Editor:王寒露)

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