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ID: 2219 Upper Intermediate
ChinesePod steps into the realm of gender politics by taking on the issue of 姐弟恋 (jiědìliàn), relationships between older women and younger men. Most women seem okay going for guys a few years younger with them if they're right one, but younger than that? Let the discussion begin!
Thu Jun 27 2013 | Jenny, John
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|微信||wēixìn||Wechat, a popular Chinese text messaging service; a Wechat message|
|姐弟恋||jiědìliàn||a relationship where the woman is older than the man|
nǐ kàn Wáng Lěi de wēixìn le ma ？
Did you read Wang Lei's Wechat message?
kàn le ，gēn tā hézhào de nàge shuàigē shì tā BF ma ？
I read it. Is that handsome guy in the picture with her her boyfriend?
shì de ，wǒ shàngcì zài wàimian chīfàn hái pèngdào Wáng Lěi hé tā nán péngyou le 。
Yeah. Last time I went out to eat I ran into Wang Lei and her boyfriend.
bùcuò ba ！tīngshuō shì jiědìliàn ne ！
Not bad. I've heard that she's with a younger guy.
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