Speed dating event shanghai
You will also need a bell or whistle, to sound when a minute has passed.
Place a table by the entrance, with labels and cards.
Ask the person to note down their email address and telephone number, for you to pass on to matches.According to the company, which now employs eight full-time staff and several part-time event hosts, more than 600 couples who met through its services have since married. To me, it’s like a trading floor for marriage [where] the subjects themselves are absent,” he tells Sixth Tone.For Chow, platforms like Jiaoda are preferable to the city’s famed “marriage market” in People’s Park, where many anxious parents shop around for spouses for their adult children. “Even if the parents agree to a price, they ignore whether their children’s personalities and social circles are compatible.”Yet like the personals ads pinned to umbrellas at People’s Park, a quick survey of Jiaoda’s events and promotions reveals the hierarchy of desirability — as well as how the dimensions of age, sex, location, and class affect dating in China today.“There are many more highly educated single women than men in a metropolis like Shanghai,” Jiaoda founder Wu tells Sixth Tone.For some events, Jiaoda charges women more than men, which it says simply reflects supply and demand.“Some feminists criticize the price difference as gender discrimination, but it’s a fact of the market.It costs us more to find men of high quality,” founder Wu Siyi tells Sixth Tone.“Jiaoda” is the Chinese abbreviation of Shanghai Jiaotong University, and Wu is a doctoral student at the school.