Dating usa for chinese
Even Zhao Qinghua, the founder of 2Red Beans, said that she herself met her future husband on the website she established to help Chinese-American singles find love.Zhao, who has a Ph D in electrical engineering from the University of California-San Diego, started her entrepreneurial endeavor after working at Broadcom as a software engineer.
Zhao said it was so difficult to meet other people with similar cultural backgrounds and values."In a short span of only 10 days, we've already had more than 290 applicants to the show, including actresses, engineers, professors, real estate agents, many amazing singles," she added.As the largest Chinese dating site in North America, 2Red Beans has more than 200,000 registered users.With Valentine's Day two days away, Li, who works for a high-tech company in Silicon Valley, is looking forward to the holiday with excitement and anticipation.Thanks to the service provided by 2Red Beans, an online dating service focused on matching Chinese Americans, Li has finally fallen in love after being single for the longest time.It also has an algorithm that weeds out "Asianphiles" and accounts for Chinese cultural values such as date of immigration and highest level of education.
Zhao came to the United States from China for graduate school in Electrical Engineering at the University of California San Diego.
After some general chitchat and the first date, Jin said things moved really fast between the two.
"I have tried and e Harmony before, however, unlike 2Red Beans, I never had a serious offline date with someone," he said.
Zhao expects that 2Red Beans will grow and saturate the US and Canadian market in 2014, adding it will then be expanding to other countries where there are many Chinese immigrants.
"We are pushing out our mobile apps so that singles can get access to other singles on the go.
A partner with China's popular dating show Fei Cheng Wu Rao 2012 North America special episode, 2Red Beans is now the co-organizer of the 2014 US edition of One out of a Hundred, another popular Chinese matchmaking show hosted by Shanghai Dragon TV.