According to a study done by Match.com, in an effort to determine how much impact their services are having on the way relationships develop today, “17% of couples married in the last 3 years, or 1 in 6, met each other on an online dating site” and “1 out of 5 single people have dated someone they met on an online dating site”. “Spouse-hunting fairs in big city parks by parents eager to see their children tie the knot have made parks in China a haven for relationship hunters and their parents” .
Zhongshan Park has been the location for six years where parents go to seek partners for their children.
The location of the date is also affected by the spontaneity in that it is often a neutral and public place so that both parties feel comfortable.
Family and friends have been declining in their influence over the dating market for the past 60 years.
For them, dating each other regardless of their co-worker status was the right thing to do. It will suck to have to treat him like a colleague in staff meetings when all you want to do is jump on him and lick his face. Hopefully, you’ll still get butterflies despite this. There’s a good chance that this will send one of you off into the job market, searching for a new place of employment … In the past 15 years, the rise of the Internet has also displaced the neighborhood, the workplace, and the circle of friends as sources of dating partners.As of May 2013, it was estimated that 11% of adult Americans had used online dating websites or mobile dating applications, and 59% of American Internet users agreed that online dating was a good way to meet people.If everything runs smoothly during the second step, contact information is exchanged.This process altogether can be very stressful for the parents and the child because they are not always in agreement.
This process begins by the parents sitting on a bench with their child’s credentials, such as photos and academic or career information.