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Unlike in first-tier cities like Beijing and Shanghai, where new trends emerge and quickly permeate society, Zhou was considered an early adopter in the second-tier city Yantai in Shandong Province when she began online dating in the early 2010s.
Compatibility expert James Houran, says, “American culture emphasizes individuality whereas Chinese culture places more importance on the community as a collective.
Put more simply, an American asks, ‘How does my heart feel?
The site is typically used by young singles between 24 and 35 and is commonly viewed as a tool for seeking long-term relationships and possibly marriage.
She found that it was not only easy to use and fit the pace of her busy professional life, but it also expanded her dating pool beyond local men in her city to access potential partners of better quality from other regions.
Meeting girl’s parents in China is equivalent to announcing of the engagement in the Western countries.
So, if you don’t intend to marry a Shanghai girl, by all means avoid seeing her parents.
When Zhou reached her late twenties, she felt an increasing amount of pressure from her family to get married.
If a Shanghai girl tells you she likes you, loves or misses you, you need to bear in mind that it has a much greater and significant sense than in the Western world.
In most of the cases such phrases mean she has chosen you as her future husband.
“I cannot deny that there are good guys in my local city,” said Zhou on traditional dating, “but I didn’t find any quality matches after getting to know them.” An increasing number of Chinese have turned to online dating and dating apps.
Jiayuan and Baihe, China’s most popular dating sites, had around 126 million and 85 million registered users in 2015 respectively (Tinder had about 50 million active users in 2014).