Worldfriends dating network
Taiwan Fun's Hey Personals, or whatever they call it, is actually the same dating service, just rebranded. just to expand on this....there is a network of dating sites feeding into this service that are all part of the worldfriends network; my HR manager actually saw my profile on it and asked me if I'd signed up for some site or other I'd never heard of (local Chinese language site) ...of the matches you find might not actually speak any English whatsoever....(the format for profiles is largely multiple choice).... Consider how "few" people post personal ads on Tealit, there's no way there's waves upon waves of Chinese-only speakers posting on (English) Forumosa Friends. It'll be embarrassing if any one of them find an ad I place, cause it'll be passed around like a hot potato. It'll be embarrassing if any one of them find an ad I place, cause it'll be passed around like a hot potato. The only concern with Forumosa friends, along with the other sites it shares information with, is that some of the girls keep popping up and popping around from foreign guy to foreign guy. I've witnessed it multiple times and know it through friends.Some show up, find a guy, disappear for awhile, the show up again looking for another guy.However, there are some in English, such as Tea Lit and Forumosa Friends (which is actually partnered/hosted by a wider global matchmaking site).The advantage of the English language sites is that the requirement for English pre-selects for women interested in foreign guys.Don't worry about having no experience with dating.Chinese/Taiwanese men rarely hit on women due to shyness. So to do a study like that effectively, would require the mobilization of quite a few resources. Taiwan Fun's Hey Personals, or whatever they call it, is actually the same dating service, just rebranded. One thing that bothers me about Forumosa Friends is that it in the country list it says Taiwan (China), which is a bit like saying Sudetenland (Germany) in 1938.
Just wondering if anyone has ever had luck actually meeting people through there? However, I shouldn't mention that here, because it is politics and this is the Dating Forum. Can we change it to something less ideologically charged like China (Currently under defacto control of the illegitimate crypto fascist PRC junta/Beijing entity.
Japanese Friend does exactly what it says on the tin: When you login to Japanese Friendfinder, you will find that the sign up process is relatively straightforward and simple.
Be warned, however: your default location is determined from where you are at the moment.
Japanese Friend is owned by the World Friends Network which was founded in 2003, at present, the network has around 5,000,000 members located in over 200 countries.
For anyone who is interested in meeting Japanese singles or even someone from another country, Japanese Friend Finder can point them in the right direction.