China’s cooling-off period for divorces was met with resistance when it was first suggested by the government. Illustration: Tom Leung China’s cooling-off period for divorces was met with resistance when it was first suggested by the government. Illustration: Tom Leung
China’s cooling-off period for divorces was met with resistance when it was first suggested by the government. Illustration: Tom Leung
China Society

Newspaper backlash signals unpopularity of China’s divorce cooling-off period rule

  • The newspaper pointed to data that 38 per cent of divorce applications do not follow through with the divorce after 30 days
  • But people online said the new law is an infringement on personal freedoms 

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China’s cooling-off period for divorces was met with resistance when it was first suggested by the government. Illustration: Tom Leung China’s cooling-off period for divorces was met with resistance when it was first suggested by the government. Illustration: Tom Leung
China’s cooling-off period for divorces was met with resistance when it was first suggested by the government. Illustration: Tom Leung
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