Chinese women have a reputation for knowing the secrets of youth and beauty. And rightfully so: in the East, it can be downright impossible to tell a woman’s age by her appearance because most ladies look like they are in their teens or twenties.
So, how do they manage this? How does the behavior of Chinese women differ from ours and keep them looking young and fresh for so long? Let’s figure it out – here are 12 Habits That Help Chinese Women Stay Young.
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Chinese women spend hefty amounts of money on beauty products 0:34
China is traditionally oriented toward long-lasting relationships 0:53
Chinese ladies are into the worldwide slimming trend 1:32
Being chubby isn’t bad – it’s even cute 1:53
A Chinese woman should be sweet and adorable at any age 2:08
The daily schedule is sacred 2:35
Every Chinese woman knows which food is ‘good for women’ in any given season 2:55
They’re averse to chocolate and sweets in general 3:14
They love taking selfies 3:27
They always cover the top of their bodies 3:53
The second biggest enemy after the sun is cold 4:28
The mother of a newborn stays in bed for a month after giving birth 4:46
– Interestingly, they prefer Korean or Japanese brands to Chinese, and there are plenty of elite (and expensive) European ones. Chinese men don’t object to this spending habit of their women – they even encourage it.
– Chinese women do almost anything to get a fairer skin shade, from sunscreens to skin whiteners and radical full face masks. These allow them not only to preserve their skin color but also to protect the skin from ultraviolet radiation.
– In fact, anyone who’s not skinny is considered chubby. By the way, Charlize Theron, for instance, would be considered a voluminous lady in China. However, it isn’t a shame in China to admit that you like to eat.
– Don’t call a Chinese woman “strong” for fear of making an enemy. Being chubby or plump is feminine and cute while being strong is a male quality and close to an insult for a woman.
– In their understanding, this can be achieved by lots of pastel tones (especially pink), sequins, and cute animals on clothes and accessories. And yes – that’s at ANY age. Women wear this kind of stuff at 30, 40, 50, and so on.
– The Chinese wake up early, go to bed early, and take a mandatory nap after lunch. The whole of China has their breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the same time.
– Every Chinese woman knows which food is ‘good for women’ in any given season. Such food is usually one that makes you beautiful and fertile: ginger, black sesame, or jojoba.
– Chinese women prefer salty or spicy snacks. Also, they eat lots of vegetables and herbs, which is also good for their figure.
– All girls in China know that to take a good selfie, you should tilt the phone and hold it a little above yourself. Every Chinese smartphone has a built-in camera filter that automatically corrects all imperfections and makes the eyes bigger and darker.
– A certain restaurant in Jinan thought up a piquant thing: they give a 20% discount if the distance between the knee and the hem of a girl’s skirt is at least 3 inches. If a lady is so bold as to wear a skirt that’s 13 inches above her knee, the discount becomes 90%.
– Chinese women only drink hot water, and some of them don’t eat ice cream. Ever. The fear of letting cold inside makes many of the Chinese ladies avoid taking a shower a month after giving birth. Instead, they bath in ginger-infused water.
– The baby is taken care of either by her mother, husband’s female relatives, or a special person. The woman is thought to lose tremendous amounts of energy during labor, and she can only recover and cure ailments she had before giving birth if she takes a month’s rest.
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