Chinese love links dating site
It is definitely extremely important." China's Internet dating market was already estimated to be worth .9 million in 2008 and is expected to nearly double to .4 million this year, according to data from China-based technology research firm i Research. "As the country with the largest population in the world, we try to address one of its most important issues -- trying to solve people's dating problems," said Li Song, founder of Zhenai (meaning "Cherish Love" in English) one of the country's largest matchmaking sites. But it is very, very difficult for girls older than 25.
Zhenai says it has more than 23 million members and monthly revenues of around million. Love," offers a service that combines the traditional business of Chinese matchmaking with the power of a search engine. I have a lot of pressure now from my parents and my niece just got married last Saturday," she said.
This is the reason why you will see the site's watermark at the bottom of the members' profile photos. The profiles of other members are automatically translated. All messaging functions have the automatic translator.
True to its name, this site has a lot of women from China who are looking to find love. Will there be any language barrier since I don't speak Chinese? Their translator is also advanced and does not give out weird translations. -Chen, 28The design of the dating site is clear and simple. You will immediately know what a button does without reading too much into it.
They will be competing for men at the top of the social hierarchy." Rapid urbanization is eroding more traditional ways of finding partners through relatives and friends and is pressing young people to seek out new avenues for romance.
In a society that is increasingly living life on the Internet, online services are poised to capitalize on the looming scarcity of love matches.
"People will still meet in all kinds of ways but the development of the relationship online is more important than ever," said Farrer.
"And those who can meet those standards are few." Xu is the founder of Golden Bachelor, an online dating site catering to an expanding class of super-wealthy Chinese singletons who have it all except for one thing: a bride. The Golden Bachelor "Diamond Love" membership goes for 300,000 Yuan (,000).
This is a positive characteristic as anyone will be able to use the dating site independently.