In East Asia, the decline of marriage has gradually become a new phenomenon. Compared to the elder generation, more young women prefer to stay single rather than tying the knot as a necessity. They are rejecting traditions of becoming a wife or a mother for various reasons. What's the social and economic impact? Yoshikazu Kato, Adjunct Associate Professor of Asia Global Institute, shared his view at CGTN.
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