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Singles and wannabes set to party

By Wang Wen | China Daily | Updated: 2010-11-10 07:53

This year is likely to see a larger-than-usual celebration of Single Men's Day on Nov 11, with not only the footloose and fancy-free partying but also those who want to be.

About 70 percent of married office workers in the capital said in a survey released by on Tuesday that they miss their single days.

The online survey, which was conducted during a two-week period among 1,000 office workers from Beijing and 2,000 white-collar workers from other big cities, shows that nearly 58 percent of married respondents occasionally miss being single and 12 percent miss those days frequently.

Singles and wannabes set to party

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