One of the nine colleges, Mianyang Flying Vocational College, reportedly made its spring break announcement on March 21 with an emphasis on romance. This is according to an article by NBC News.
Spring break is a great opportunity for students to “learn to love nature, love life, and enjoy love,” according to a message distributed to them from April 1 to April 7.
A Week of Vacation
According to news reports from around the globe, nine colleges in China have requested students to take a week of vacation. To stop the declining birth rate, the pupils have been urged to find love.
The students have also been asked to keep a journal of their development and report back with concrete findings, according to reports.
- Nine colleges reportedly made their spring break announcement on March 21.
- To stop the declining birth rate, the pupils have been urged to find love.
- If the trial is a success, it will be expanded.
According to a TMZ story from March 30, the goal of the spring break mission is to get to know each other better and possibly develop romantic feelings. According to the study, birth and marriage rates are drastically declining in China.
Specifically, Ruchir Sharma cited a media report that said “the colleges are all vocational schools that train graduates for jobs in the aviation industry, such as pilots, flight attendants, air traffic controllers, and airport security.”
If the trial is a success, it will be expanded. According to a report, the honeymoon-like concept is attracting a lot of interest from thousands of schools across China.
If they are denied the luxury, students may want to demonstrate, but they are holding back out of concern for a crackdown in the event of an increase in Covid-19 cases.