Chinese dating marriage

The explosion of online dating apps is failing to dent the popularity of traditional "marriage markets" in China, with a distinct generation gap opening up on whether the digital world can be trusted for matchmaking.

The informally organised markets usually take place on weekends in the parks of major cities, with information notices for singles detailing their age, height, job and personality traits."If parents don't help to make introductions in this way, their son or daughter won't have opportunities and information", said a middle-aged man only giving his name as Wang, who was spending a Saturday morning at a market in the southern city of Shenzhen."Children born in the early 1980s are now in their late 30s.

The matchmaker would consult a fortune teller about the couple’s future depending on their birthdates and when would be the ideal date for the wedding.

Here are some: In western culture, casual dating may be normal for teenagers and young adults, but in China, it is still something that’s frowned upon.

It's these stories that help convince advocates of marriage markets that the online world is too risky a place to find true love.

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The scammer makes a marriage proposal and needs of the victim to send them money for the ticket.

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