Graduates are spending thousands of US dollars on eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty - or nose jobs - and other appearance-enhancing operations, the South China Morning Post reported.
One specialist said the number of young people seeking plastic surgery had jumped 20 per cent in recent years and patients as young as 14 were having operations paid for by parents.
'Some young people go for the treatment before looking for jobs,' plastic surgeon Dr Daniel Lee Tin-chak was quoted as saying, adding that men as well as women were having surgery.
'They will grab the school holidays to do it, or have one right after graduation before going for job interviews.'
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