It goes by the tagline “The Serious Dating Website.”Gong was in office attire: glasses, ponytail, no makeup, and a pink Adidas jacket with a ragged left cuff.The young men and women before her were joining a staff of nearly five hundred.Your customers, she told them, will be virtually indistinguishable from yourselves: strivers, alone in the city, separated from love by “three towering mountains”—no money, no time, and no connections.I met Gong six years ago, after she received a master’s degree in journalism and entered the dating business.A few days before the Year of the Dragon began, Jiayuan (Beautiful Destiny), China’s largest online dating service, summoned new employees to an orientation meeting at its headquarters, in a Beijing office tower. O., peered at a dozen new hires and informed them that they were now in “the happiness business.” She did not smile.
The beautiful Guiyuan Temple, another great landmark in the city, was the first Zen Temple in Hubei Province and is still hugely popular with visitors, global minds and locals alike.
Simple, easy, and if Wang and Beijing Today are to be believed, the practice has exploded in China. I want to find someone to relax with and watch movies.
Here's an example of a posting: Hey friends, I'm here! Wang has a lot to say about the phenomenon, glossing its Chinese cultural context, origins in a child rescue service, and possible implications for what Weibo can be a service. This also reflects changing norms among younger and older people around love and relationship.
whether they are involved in an out of town relationship/married or just players.
this is actually more common in china then in america.