Dating with chinese
"I'm not looking for the love of my life on dating apps.I use them more for the sake of having different experiences and expanding my world view.Some believe that relationships that start through dating apps tend to be more shallow since users are more focused on appearances.Photo: IC The good and bad of cross-cultural dating What Jeff likes about dating apps is how easy it is to find and meet pretty local girls.That has indeed been the case for the two male expats who talked to Metropolitan, both of whom have noticed they are more popular on Chinese dating apps than they are on apps in their home countries.A case in point is Bruce from the UK, who has only been using Tantan for one month but has already received 236 matches."In the UK, when I use Tinder, I usually get 20 to 30 matches tops, because there are fewer girls who swipe right for me than in China." Another difference, according to Bruce, is that in the UK, it is usually guys who start the conversation and do the work to try and impress and win over the girls."In China, I feel the girls are more keen to meet with me and impress me.Another source of culture shock for expats is unrealistic expectations.
"Most don't even look at the information you've written down."Gonzales said that, according to his observations, most guys who use dating apps are more interested in casual relationships, because so many apps are geared at hooking up.
He also expressed interest in making Korean friends, since his work and social environment is exclusively Chinese.