This was a generation raised under completely different circumstances than the ones their parents knew at a similar age.
This generation of Chinese 'twenty-somethings' spend their weekends at rock concerts, shopping with friends and even scouring dating apps similar to Tinder.
Due to the high budget and large amount spent on marketing, the film is considered a box office bomb.
Physicists Abby Yates and Erin Gilbert are co-authors of a research book which posits the existence of paranormal phenomena, such as ghosts.
Much of the original film's cast make cameo appearances in new roles.
The announcement of the female-led cast in 2015 drew a polarized response from the public and Internet backlash.
The film grossed 9 million worldwide against a production budget of 4 million.
One Chinese religious policy expert, who asked to remain anonymous, summed up some of what the regulations include: “As you can imagine, these amendments to the administration of religion in China by SARA would in effect leave no space for the house or unregistered church in China, and will significantly curtail many of the activities of the TSPM [Three-Self Patriotic Movement] as well,” the expert told China Source.
He continued: The 2005 draft that SARA currently administers was much more abstract and was difficult and even impractical to enforce.
But with a blossoming career in Beijing, Li Chenxi has no desire to get married.
As Chinese New Year looms she makes her annual journey home to face greater than ever expectations.