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Because of the Chinese one-child policy and a traditional preference for sons, there will be more than six potential grooms in China for every five unmarried women by 2050, says the United Nations Population Fund.By then the proportion of single men at age 50 would increase to 11 percent, from 3 percent in 2012.
What is interesting about Chinese online dating is not only its rapid growth in a conservative society that frowns upon courting more than one person at a time, but also its potential to change the social norms that are part of dating both online and offline.
Although modest, such a fee could potentially yield 50 million yuan in monthly revenue if Tantan hits its target of 10 million users, Wang says. When they succeed in helping members hook up, their usage either drops or members cancel their subscriptions altogether, says Michelle Ma, a Bloomberg Intelligence analyst in Hong Kong.
“The industry has been growing over the years, but they will not grow as big as other social networking areas,” she says.
Jack Zhai spends his evenings in Shenzhen swiping through photos of single women on Tantan, a mobile phone app that works like Tinder in the U. When he spots someone he fancies—women who he says show “spunk and character”—he clicks a heart-shaped button.
The 25-year-old industrial designer, who moved to Shenzhen last July, then awaits responses to his chat requests.
Millions of Chinese go online every day in hopes of finding their Mr. China’s economic growth has brought about drastic societal changes in the last decennia.