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Authorities in China are at a new way of the country's increasing divorce rate. In parts of China, couples who file for divorce are being to take an exam to how much they still might love each other and whether or not their marriage can salvaged. Up to half of all Chinese marriages between those who were born in the 1980s have in divorce. China's divorce rate has been to the increased empowerment of working women, who more financially independent and less reliant on a partner. Media sources say the rise of social media and dating apps are to the problem, as there are increasing numbers of extramarital affairs.

The divorce tests have a mixed reaction in China. Liu Chunling, the director of a marriage-registration office, reporters that the test was at reducing the divorce rate and preventing "impulsive divorces". She said: "Only the harmony of millions of family units can the harmony of an entire society." Chinese Internet users less enthusiastic about the 15-question test used to a couple's love for each other. One post on the Weibo social media site asked: "So if you your wedding anniversary you can't divorce? Divorce isn't a case of amnesia." Another wrote: "They are adults and they the right to divorce. This interference in domestic affairs."

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