Without further ado, here is the quick list of the top 5 dating sites in China. It was founded in 2003 by Rose Gong, a journalism student at Fudan University in Shanghai.It is one of the most popular websites in China and on the entire web. While the profiles I came across all seemed legitimate, it’s worth mentioning that Jiayuan’s gotten flak in the past for inadvertently hosting a lot of scam-artists and fake profiles.
Next, fill in a quick About section, tell China Love Cupid what you’re looking for in an ideal match, and the sign-up is done.
At this point, you can either finish the rest of your profile, or you can start searching profiles.
Your best bet is to book a flight to one of the larger cities such as Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, or Shenzen, and then book a hotel or reserve an apartment somewhere in the center of that city.
This way, you will be virtually equidistant to multiple parts of the city, making dating a lot easier once those messages start coming in. If you are willing to put in the elbow grease and sweat that is required to succeed, you will be surprised what will happen.
Sign up Process Start with your gender, birthday, location, and marital status, and go on to fill in your basic information and choose a password and username.
Finish by selecting three labels to describe yourself (e.g.
And there are a lot of pages, because Jiayuan is packed with different features.
There are multiple ways to search and communicate with members, many games to play, a matchmaking service, guides, blogs, customer support, dating events, and even a page dedicated to financial advice.
Google translate only works on about 60% of the text (due to text in images), and the text that is translated is often super-imposed on other lines of text (due to formatting issues), or is simply incomprehensible.
I spent a lot of time translating the “translations” just to figure out what is going on with each page.