(Lu Liu/for The Washington Post)
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Meet Bai Shaofeng, a Beijing bachelor looking for love
Shaofeng’s problem — one faced by millions of his countrymen — is a product of cultural preferences, government decree and modern medical technology. In China, there are simply too many men.
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