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“Like many entrepreneurs,” said 2Red Beans co-founder Q Zhao, “I started 2Red Beans with my friends to solve our own problems—finding dates which eventually lead to life partners.” Founded in 2010, and modeled after JDate, a dating site for Jewish Singles, 2Red Beans is an online dating site for the Chinese diaspora or “Overseas Chinese.” It boasts almost 500,000 members, of whom 70 percent use simplified/traditional Chinese as their default site language, 30 percent were born in North America, and only 2 percent are non-Asian.
It also has an algorithm that weeds out "Asianphiles" and accounts for Chinese cultural values such as date of immigration and highest level of education.
of asiandating.com, which might or might not suffer similar problems - I haven't checked it out.
Recently, due to a friend's involvement, I had cause to investigate the authenticity of an Asian dating site.
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Zhao came to the United States from China for graduate school in Electrical Engineering at the University of California San Diego.
Despite a large social circle, she and her friends found it difficult to meet compatible men because of language and cultural barriers. “Although these sites do provide a large pool of candidates, many of them are not of similar background, since most Chinese are not on these sites," said Zhao.
As a writer, I find myself holed up in my apartment most of the time. Or at least, quality people with whom I might actually want to spend some time.
Sometimes I’ll go to a coffee shop for a change of scenery but even then, I’ll have my earphones in lest I be distracted by the conversations around me. Everyone seems to be doing some form of online dating these days (“swipe right” and “swipe left” have become common phrases in daily conversation) and I’ve heard plenty of success stories, including from within my own circle of friends.