Carl Janowitz, a certified marriage and family therapist who's practiced for eight years in Thailand, feels stereotypes play a role on both sides of the cultural divide.
Nowadays, you're lucky if you can get someone to look up from their phone to even give you the time of day. In fact, in Shanghai, there are several apps for that.
In Shanghai there are dating apps that can connect pet lovers, foodies, college students and the LGBT community with each other.
Yes, at college but found that most of the guys were just online looking to cheat on their wives.
It was everything people said online dating was when it first came around – really seedy! Well Craigslist Shanghai is the bottom of the barrel.
Does immortalizing love seal the deal on its success?
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