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Two Chinese firms want their single female employees age 30 and over to find their future mates with a so-called "go home and date" annual leave benefit. So reports The Telegraph.

The program would afford these women employees eight extra days of annual leave in a society where single women who are still not married in their late 20s and early 30s have traditionally been seen as "leftover women" and not desirable.

Women "have less contact with the outside world; thus we hope to give more leave to them to give them more time and opportunities to be in contact with the opposite sex," says Huang Lei, a human resources manager at one of the firms.

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