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Five new Hong Kong dating apps, from Coffee Meets Bagel to Tastebuds “I think dating has become less serious in young people’s eyes after dating apps became popular,” says 21-year-old Jennifer*, who has used apps including i and Skout, and met her boyfriend of three years online.

“It seems it’s so easy to ‘get’ a boyfriend or girlfriend who people tend not to treasure.

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This was a slight increase from 1991, when the median ages were 29 and 26 respectively.

As in most developed countries, Hong Kong has seen most people increasingly delay marriage, often in favour of pursuing a career.

I don’t think they could accept it if I pursued a long-term relationship without getting married.” Raymond*, 25, said his parents would be “frustrated” if he chose not to follow convention and get married, as they believed in a “happily ever after” ending for him.

He put this down to older Hongkongers being unwilling to see beyond traditional familial structures, saying: “I’m annoyed at why this should be the case.

Hong Kong actor-singer Raymond Lam has bestowed the ultimate praise on his actress girlfriend Karena Ng in a recent interview, and said he has “become a better man” after dating her, reported Hong Kong media."I should start thinking about this matter, because I really want to have children to kick the ball with, exercise with, and I understand it’s the duty of the eldest son to give his parents grandchildren,” said Lam.

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They can choose to meet more people outside of their daily lives.

“Still, my family is rather traditional and they would actually prefer me to build my own family as soon as I am able to be economically independent, which could prove very hard.

I also feel like young people progress to a sexual relationship quite often nowadays when they go on a date.” Despite the pitfalls, there are suggestions dating apps have given Hongkongers greater control over their dating lives.

As Jennifer explained: “Youngsters gain more privacy through using dating apps and they can choose whether to disclose that or not.

And people’s parents can be very conservative.” Momo love to give: uncensored insight into behaviour, desires of Chinese using dating apps Young men voiced similar feelings about dating apps, particularly Tinder. I’ve gone through a couple, and I could honestly say you can really never get what you want from it.

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