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In real life, many expats work so much that they have only limited time to socialize, and when they do, according to Jeff, they mostly hang out with other expats."Dating apps help break that invisible boundary between expats and locals," he said.Shim added that some Chinese girls have even asked if he comes from a wealthy family like in the famous South Korean TV series .Flings vs serious relationships Although dating apps have made it easier to meet more people, the relationships formed are often short-lived and shallow, because they were based in the first place on little more than appearances."With dating apps, people check out one another's pictures very quickly, and if they think you're attractive, that's it," Jeff said."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.Chinese girls don't have arrogance is the best way to explain it, I guess." In his experience, Chinese girls on Tantan usually start conversations by asking where he comes from and what he does in Beijing, before asking for his We Chat, and then if he wants to meet up."But I think it's too quick," Bruce said. Andrew, a Brit in Beijing who's been using Chinese dating apps for five months, says he quickly discovered that while women in the West generally start out chatting about shared interests, Chinese women are more likely to ask about his job and future plans.He recalls one Chinese girl who, after a single date, began planning their wedding and future together in China."I understand that in China, some girls are facing pressure to get married before a certain age, which drives them to want to get serious faster in relationships," said Andrew.
He started swiping through prospective partners' pictures and limited profiles, which include information like age, zodiac sign and occupation.By meeting more people from different backgrounds and careers, I've learned a lot about interacting with different kinds of people.I've learned how to start and carry a conversation, to alleviate awkward tension and to listen to others' stories," Erika said.Sun Yang, a public relations director from Momo, told Metropolitan that they have seen more expats using their dating app over the past few years, though they didn't have any statistics detailing their number of foreign users.Another dating app, Tantan, didn't reply to Metropolitan's calls as of press date, but according to Metropolitan's count, it contains around one expat user for every 10 Chinese users in expat-heavy neighborhoods like Guomao and Sanlitun.
Some believe that relationships that start through dating apps tend to be more shallow since users are more focused on appearances.