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This in fact probably makes it even harder to meet people.
Violet Lim: In Hong Kong, more people are spending more hours at work and therefore, they tend to get married later and later in life.
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Ironically, Hong Kong’s densely populated streets seem to beget a high degree of loneliness.
When women age, their value in the love market diminishes quickly. There are a lot of candidates and a huge market, but the availability for the supply is insufficient for the demand in general.
JJ Wu Chang: Hong Kong is so densely populated but the problem is that that you’re consistently surrounded by strangers.
Thousands turn to dating apps, each new one promising a gimmick that will find you what you seek, whether it is love or lust.In the past decades, women generally married men who were older and more stable while women who liked younger men were ridiculed for playing ‘Mrs.Robinson’ and were blasted for being cougars in kitten’s clothing.Just like many other dating apps – you sign up, fill in your profile, upload the best photos of yourself. It's not just all about hook-ups as they say it is!
Tinder has recently added a “Super Like” feature, where you can press it once you see a person you REALLY like (or he/she is simply REALLY hot) and get a better chance of being matched.
A 74-year-old woman in Nanyang, China, known just as Ma, wanted to sell her house so that she would have the funds to pay for the medical fees of her grandson’s nanny.