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Q: In Beijing what is the ratio for every man to every woman?

I have heard it was like 4 to 1. There should be 4 woman to every man in Beijing. Is that number accurate? 

It seems Beijing is one of the most populated cities in the world. In fact it is one of the most populated cities in the world. 

9 years 13 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

 
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as far as i know its 1:3 there are 3 women per man

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Have you both been sipping the baijiu a little heavily ?
Are you really that stupid or just trying to be funny?

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it's actually 10 women for every man but 9 out of 10 men are lady boys. do the math

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Did you know that 110% of statistics are made up? I swear it's true, I didn't just make that up. Of course there are more women than men! All the money honey's come flying to the city in search of a rich man. The only problem is that most of them are so ugly, they get confused for guys. Thanks for your informative statistic.

(1,000 point mark. Booyah!)

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I found an old Matty post that I never thumbed down. For Matty there would be zero, for average guy maybe 2, for me endless, wish they'd go away, I don't like tea in China.(tea scammers) Come back Matty, I miss you

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Wow, 'sacropha…..gus' Does this means 'ancient' in E.?

 

 

https://dictionary.search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0SO80Qvb.pTvroAB3BXNyoA...

Your 'upper head' memory is blast!

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