Dating hong kong
One event organizer says meetings for Valentine’s Day this year were all overbooked by 20 percent weeks in advance. I’m starting to worry that by the time I find the right guy, I might be too old to give birth and raise children.”Perhaps no one is more anxious than Mary’s parents.
Mary’s situation is emblematic of what many in Hong Kong call “leftover women.” When she turned 30 last year—a watershed in her eyes—she began worrying about her marriage prospects.“It has come to the point where my girl friends are all married,” she says. She recalls a time when they set her up on a casual date with the son of a family friend.
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If you see someone you like, simply "wave" at them.Right, especially since women outnumber men in the city and soaring home prices are discouraging many from jumping into marriage.In Hong Kong, the gender ratio has become increasingly skewed, according to government data, with 921 males for every 1,000 females, compared to 971 to 1,000 a decade ago.(Ten years before that, there were more men than women in the city.)“I’ve never known what it’s really like to be in a serious relationship,” Mary says.“I grew up learning about dating by watching dramas and movies, but I do not know what it is really like.”Despite the prevalence of free dating apps, traditional matchmakers in Hong Kong are still thriving.