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’ whereas a Chinese individual tended to ask, ‘What will other people say?
’” Dating in China has changed significantly with the arrival of online dating in the last decade.
In that setting, marriage bonds were established based on filial piety, rather than love.
In Chinese culture unmarried women in their late twenties and beyond are labeled “leftover women” or 剩女.
Sick of unsuccessful blind dates set up by her parents and unable to stand the social scrutiny of meeting potential dates at bars in her city, Zhou registered on Jiayuan, a Chinese dating website.
“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).
Compatibility expert James Houran, says, “American culture emphasizes individuality whereas Chinese culture places more importance on the community as a collective.