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A female fitness instructor who teaches in a trendy area of Beijing estimates that just 40 per cent of her students, mostly in their 20s and 30s, shaved their underarms.I for one rarely shave: armpits or legs for that matter, and feel almost no pressure to do so (unless I'm attending a function or with expat friends).

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A few of my Chinese friends, professionals in their late twenties and thirties, have almost intolerant attitudes towards armpit hair.

"Shaving underarms is absolutely obligatory", said Ya, a 29-year-old legal secretary.

But they’re the words of those who don’t understand the magic of marketing.

Aditya Sehgal, the North Asia Regional Director for Reckitt Benckiser's (RB), which owns Veet, said in an interview with Bloomberg in 2012 that "It's not how much hair you have, it's how much you think you have.” He was right.

Tiffany thinks that any woman who has had “some contact with the West” would chose to shave.

Moreover, shaving is seen by many as a sign of ‘Western’ refinement, including by men.Growing up, I’d watched older girls walk around with hair peeking out of their armpits.Chinese tradition had no demands in this respect – armpit or leg hair was just part of your body and nothing to be ashamed about.When studying in the UK, I often found myself in a dilemma: the endless TV adverts for hair removal products and the knowledge that everyone would be aghast at my fluffy pits often made me cave to pressure.A friend once exclaimed "Oh my god that's disgusting, you can actually see the long hairs on your legs” when inspecting my (otherwise lovely thanks) pins.“Look at the lead lady in House of Cards - Western women really care about presenting themselves in a refined way.” • Yellow Fever fetish: Why do so many white men want to date Chinese women?

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