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Once a potential match has been found, the marriage negotiations begin.
“Traditionally, parents would have been able to exert considerable influence over both who their adult children dated, as well as the form of dating, itself,” Dr.
They are too busy, so almost don’t have ways to meet people offline,” he said at Tech Crunch Shanghai last year.
He says his company offers users a way for more introverted users to meet new people, and in doing so, tackle the concerns of there being too many singles.
Lining the walkways of Shanghai’s People’s Square, they post their offspring’s details on open umbrellas —height, weight, education, and occupation— hoping to attract the parents of other singles.“People who use Tantan only want to have a boyfriend or girlfriend, but people who use Baihe want to get married.” In his opinion, people use services like Baihe and Jiayuan because of parental pressure to start a family.“Maybe I don’t want to get married yet,” he says when asked if he has used the marriage-focused services before.In 2013, the total revenue for the sector was RMB 1.93 billion.This more than doubled to RMB 4 billion at the end of 2017 and is expected to reach over RMB 5 billion by 2020.“[The] newly-born population during 1982-1997 shows that demand for marriage will remain high in the next 5-10 years.
Making up 20% of China’s population, this group is just reaching (or about to) the legal marriage age—22 years old for men and 20 years old for women.