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Enjoy sex, build happy Guangdong: official

(China Daily)

10:00, November 11, 2011

GUANGZHOU - A provincial official has promised to make efforts to further develop the sexual culture to help build a happy Guangdong province.

"There will not be a happy Guangdong without local residents having happy sex lives," said Zhang Feng, deputy secretary-general of Guangdong provincial government.

Zhang said more than 20 percent of single people suffered from a feeling of sexual repression in the province.

Zhang, who is also director of Guangdong provincial commission of population and family planning, and chairman of Guangdong Sexology Association, was speaking to the local media in Guangzhou on Thursday, the eve of Singles' Day, and two days ahead of the opening of the Ninth Guangzhou Sexual Cultural Festival.

According to statistics from the commission, on an average, Chinese people are now getting married at 30, compared to 20 in the beginning of the previous century. But people are attaining sexual maturity at an earlier age.

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