It's always nice to find people who experienced something similar.Luckily, I grew up studying English, so language wasn’t an obstacle for me, but people still spoke to me like I had a hearing problem. The UI is simple and makes the site easy to navigate.
So, I guess I could be (for example) a Vietnamese woman in Poland. Mine is currently at 40% or “Maybe I’d check you out”.
I’m still receiving a decent number of smiles and messages, though, so it seems I’m doing alright, even at 40%.
My admirers seemed to be within /- 10 years of my age.
Among the guys who smiled at me were a DJ, an accountant, a graphic designer/animator, someone in construction, and a physical therapist.
Say Hi is a special application that lets you meet new people near your location and chat to them.
Whether you use the application to find a partner or to make friends is entirely up to you.Curious, I then searched in various cities - Seattle, Vancouver, Houston, Chicago, Melbourne - to see what came up. Guys from Hong Kong, Laos, Vietnam…It was dizzying.But by using the extensive search function, I was able to apply very specific filters that helped narrow down the list.For me, there’s still a weird stigma attached to online dating, but I decided to put that aside (all for the sake of research! East Meet East is advertised as the “#1 dating site for Asian urban singles”.I can see how this is appealing, whether you’re Asian-American or someone who emigrated here later on in life (like me).Unsure if I wanted to start making connections right away, I held off on responding. One guy seemed like a great prospect…until he used “it’s” instead of “its”.