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Chen said being with a puppy made her try to be more reasonable and less demanding, while her ex, who was afraid he wasn’t mature enough, tried to become more caring.Wang, a 25-year-old master’s student studying law in the UK who also only wanted to be identified by her last name, is dating a man two years her junior at her university, and expressed similar sentiments about her lover.Inspired by South Korean fandom, many even compete among each other to see who can spend more on their idols, for example by taking out ads to celebrate their birthdays., which tells the story of a working woman who takes in a homeless man living in a box at her doorstep, and then falls deeply in love with him.Inspired by the show’s title, China’s internet users started using dogs to categorize different types of men: A viral blog post (link in Chinese) on Chinese social media published in March, titled “It’s so sweet to date little puppies!
One said her boyfriend always demands that they sleep face-to-face while cuddling.
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Chen, a 27-year-old woman who shuttles between Chicago and China for her software startup who only wanted to use her last name, was dating someone eight years her junior in her most recent relationship.
Older men always prioritize other things in their lives over romantic relationships, Chen said, but “this would never happen with little puppies.” One time, she recalled, her little-puppy ex skipped class in high school for a whole week, and flew from Seattle to Hong Kong to keep her company during her business trip. She theorized that dating a younger man brings out the best out of both parties in the relationship because they both end up setting higher standards for themselves.