A 29-year-old model in Changsha, Hunan province said he plans on suing his parents for not supporting him financially, Sanxiang Metropolis Daily reports.
Kuang Zhengxuan, a primary school graduate, currently works as a model at an art school and says he isn’t able to find a well-paying job.
“Actually, I do not want to become a kenlaozu (a healthy adult still relying on their parents), but I cannot support myself,”he told reporters.
Kuang’s father, a migrant worker from Hubei, said his son always hits him up for money.
“I cannot continue to financially support my 29-year-old son,”he said.
More than 30 percent of children who have reached adult-age still need financial support from their parents, China Daily reports, citing the China Scientific and Research Center for the Aging.
In a case of opposite extremes, two parents in Beijing this past July who refused to move out of their house seven years after graduating university.
Previously on Shanghaiist: Nanjing student sues sick father for being unable to afford his tuition fees