‘Chinese men usually blame wives for marital crisis’: marriage counsellor in China goes viral

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “‘Chinese men usually blame wives for marital crisis’: marriage counsellor in China goes viral” – below is their description.

Marriage counsellor Shenyong Zhu went viral on Chinese social media earlier this year for his live-streamed marriage advice sessions. Zhu explains how to save relationships, and for marriages past salvaging, helps couples find the softest landing. For one-on-one advice, he offers couples counselling sessions at his Shanghai office.

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