Friday, 13. December 2013 - 13:12
10. 07. 12. - 13:00
Money hungry women in China are taking lessons in how to cash in on their beauty to snare one of the country's growing class of multi-millionaire businessmen.
The 1,000 GBP-per-course classes - being run in Changdu, Sichuan province - cover everything from where to sit on a first date to how long to make a man wait for sex.
Consultant Su Fei - who netted her own wealthy husband five years ago - explained: "If you have the right skills, this is a career choice for some women."
"There is no shame in knowing what you want and going out to find it," she added.
Her course tells students how to stand like a model, dress like an heiress and even where to sit for maximum impact.
"You should look for a seat where the light will be behind you at an angle of between 30 and 45 degrees.
"This is so whenever he looks at you, there will be a golden aura all around your face and head," explained Su, 42, whose course 'How to Marry a Multi-Millionaire' is booked solid for months in advance.
Students are warned never to have sex before two months of solid dating.
And they should ditch any man - no matter how wealthy - if he doesn't pop the question after a year.
"If he makes you wait longer than that, you're a mistress not a wife," said Su.
Even the job a woman does can influence whether she'll be snapped up by one of China's super-rich elite.
"These powerful men like nurses, teachers, doctors, women who are professional but caring," explained Su.
"What they don't like are pushy types like air hostesses, businesswomen and journalists," she added.
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