Beautiful Eurasian woman dressed in traditional asian dress Portrait of a Eurasian woman.
Portrait of a beautiful young Eurasian woman with an oriental umbrella Eurasian woman in purple.
“IT IS like you’ve been dating a girl for a long time,” grins Pavel Andreev, an editor at a state-controlled broadcaster, Rossiya Segodnya, explaining why it has taken so long to press ahead with the Eurasian Union.
But with all the single women available in Hong Kong, why are men looking overseas in search of romance? Suzanne Choi, a researcher in gender studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
That decision was not simply a capitulation to Russian empire-building, for this is not what Russia wants.
Rather, says Dmitri Trenin of the Carnegie Moscow Centre, it chafes over the lack of a big group that gives it more standing with the EU.
But in Hong Kong, the problem is less a question of age but a shortage of men: The sex ratio currently stands at 876 men for every 1,000 women, a gap predicted to widen to 700 by 2036.
The imbalance has already had repercussions for Hong Kong’s society.