A Skin Care Brand Bravely Stood Up for China's 'Leftover' Women Unmarried After 25

'Marriage market' takeover

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SK-II, a Chinese skin care brand, took over a so-called "marriage market"—where Chinese parents go to post elaborate personal ads for their daughters—to stand up for all the "leftover" women who aren't married, and are treated shamefully, after age 25.

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