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She said Coffee Meets Bagel users were turning away from a culture of low commitment and easily-forgotten encounters on hook-up apps in pursuit of real love.Positioning itself as an antidote to Tinder, which is based mostly on location and profile pictures, Coffee Meets Bagel helps singles find partners by filtering out unsuitable matches based on criteria including education, interests and religion.‘Make dating great again’: The hook-up website for single Donald Trump supporters In Hong Kong alone, it claims to enable more than 13,000 matches and 600 actual dates every week, and claims to have brought together 250 couples since launching in the city.Kang attributed that to the city’s dense population.Westerners please differentiate - not all attractive Asian women are hookers. Terrible location to get a taxi from in the early hours - Macau taxi drivers are bandits and even though showing a light they will haggle - and this area is where they get very picky. Probably best left to Chinese unless you are feeling adventurous. It is classy - if that is possible for Pole Dancing - and in a great location, Unless of very liberal persuasion it is not the place for a mixed gathering.There are no excuses for inappropriate behaviour just because you are in Asia. Gets going relatively early (band 10.30p and is used as an after work venue by locals) . Staff are mostly Pinoy and they will advise if you are likely to be a "misfit". To be clear I do like it but we are part of the community in Macau and are pretty immune from being "pestered" here, so it can be a bit of off piste amusement .So it is Grand Prix and Pacquiao fight month in Macau - so lots of non Chinese Tourists.The local girls refer to this month as the "Kano Baiting Season".
Being that Macau is only a short, cheap ( USD) one hour jet boat ride from Hong Kong, which is a favorite destination of ours, there is really no excuse that it took us so long to visit.
Still, though, he felt just a little bit empty, a little bit restless, and so he logged onto Tantan, a Chinese dating app similar to Tinder, that he has been using for the past year.
He started swiping through prospective partners' pictures and limited profiles, which include information like age, zodiac sign and occupation.
Its San Francisco-based co-founder Dawoon Kang, who lived and dated in Hong Kong until a few years ago before returning to the US, said: “Hong Kong was the first market we targeted outside the US, with close to two million singles; that was a huge draw for us.” Inside the murky world of Hong Kong’s compensated dating scene It found that Hong Kong millennials were among the most avid users – a testament both to the high density of singles in the city and the lack of time they have to find love.
Kang attributed the app’s popularity to hook-up culture fatigue in a city where young, career-driven professionals struggle to find time to date.