Every year, millions of Chinese move away from the less developed, rural interior to the large, eastern cities in China. In fact, it is estimated that 200 million Chinese have left their rural homes in search of high-paying urban jobs, with the consequence that cities like Beijing and Shanghai are filled with people who have moved away from their families and friends. The result is that millions of Chinese are turning to online dating in a society where the pressure to find a partner can be high.
Archive for May, 20120
Another great new feature has been added to for2. A feature that, as far as we are aware, you won’t find on any other dating site, it allows you to contact any other member, at any time, completely free. It’s the perfect way to break the ice with someone you like the look of, or to prompt someone to tell you more about themselves, or to ask any one of a number of other questions. It’s yet another reason why we were recently ranked No.5 in the league table of Best Dating Sites by a well-known and influential review service.
When it comes to dating sites, you have a wide choice – which is why we are committed to ensuring that for2 is always fresh and different from other sites. It takes a lot of time, but it’s worth it – a fact that is reflected in our being recently ranked 5th in a league table produced by an influential review site. In particular, the guide praised for2 as a “site with a real difference” and applauded our commitment to “no subscriptions, ever”. Here are a few of the things that make us stand out from the crowd.
If you thought that online dating is a less romantic way of meeting the Love of Your Life, you now have a scientific reason to think again. That’s because recent research has shown that finding love over the internet is not just an increasingly easy way of meeting a marriage partner, but has become easier than the traditionally most common way – in a pub or club. In fact, 62% of those who participated in the survey agreed that it is easier to meet someone on a dating site rather than in a pub or club, or through friends.
A new survey has found that East Anglians kiss the most with an average of nine kisses each week, but that Scottish kisses last the longest – an average Scottish smacker lasts 28 seconds. The survey also found that 20% of married couples across the UK don’t kiss for an entire week, and when they do, it lasts no more than five seconds. The findings have been released to launch a campaign by the British Heart Foundation to teach lifesaving skills such as the kiss of life to school children as part of the national curriculum.