Single, working in China and no time to find a date? Changes could be on the horizon as business in one city start offering extra time off for lonely single employees to find love. But not everyone is starry-eyed about it.

News broke this week that a performing arts company in Zhejiang province, eastern China, is offering an extra eight days of paid leave on top of the normal Spring Festival public holiday to unmarried female employees over the age of 30. If they secure a promising blind date, the extra leave dates can be stretched farth... Read More>>