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Quoted------Thanks for the Post, i m touched, I m afraid we share the same root
My 'hukou' is also in the hometown,well, but in the city actually thanks to the 'talents market' .(人才市场). i pay 7-800RMB per year to keep my 'hukou' there...and I'm going to get my 'hukou' back and registered in my island end of this year. I never think it would be a problem on finding bf or marriage. maybe it is the reason well i didn't think of it. :-)
u know what, my friends or colleagues here also tried to arrange 'blind dates' for me.They also amazed why I was alone...LOL. that's another story though...
Anyway, i believe the 'hukou' will be abolished as China is developing so quickly, 'hukou' will not be the main or only mean to control the labor flow...
I was talking to my Mom, she doesn't agree me getting my 'hukou' registered in hometown because it's a rural island...and i told her there is an advantage to get it settle down in hometown, 'coz according to the 'Land Law' (土地法），i probably will have a small piece of LAND that i can grow plants, veggies, etc...Not Bad. not joking, i'm serious. u see those 'former' peasants/fishermen, they all laid off and live a better life with the income from their leasing house/apartments....
Smiling, if those guys still thinking the hukou is a problem, don't take them. they are not worth of your love...Sorry, but may i know where are you now? it seems in east China, at least in the cities i was in or am in now, the Hukou isn't that cruicial...hmm,
Good girl, keep smiling...don't be afraid of falling in love. love the wrong person, it's OK, but don't marry to the wrong person,that's important...remember, always love yourself and love people around you.