Which one(s) would want to date you and vice versa?
Having been in Beijing more or less since July of 2010 (with frequent travel to other locales, of course), I've gotten pretty acquainted with the dating scene here in China.
So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.
2) QQ – The most popular messaging app in mainland China right now, it allows users to write and maintain their own blog/diary, as well as photo album.
Like We Chat, QQ itself is not a dating app, but one that has social features suitable for finding dates.
In addition to messaging functions, the app allows you to search for people in your area and also allows users to maintain a blog along with some photos.
We Chat is not a dating app, but an app that many use for dating purposes.
In addition to accessing their profiles, it allows users to stay in touch with their potential love interests throughout the day.
Second, the apps are completely free to use, meaning you don’t have to pay to message people who may or may not work out.
This one is more geared to potential dating than chatting with friends. Skout allows you to do more than connect with Mainland women nearby.
You also get to know how far they are from you and which ones have checked you out. Go to the 'apps download' app of your smart phone and you can get both of them on me Check out what expat Dating Coach 'Kane Vast' has to say and what websites he recommends.
Even though you can find people from other parts of mainland China - it's mainly useful if you are in Shanghai. After you've downloaded it and made your profile it will introduce you to potential dates in China.
There are a lot of other online dating sites for expats who don't speak Mandarin. Mo Mo: Mo Mo is another Chinese app for meeting Chinese ladies.
I've been with a good number of girls, have had a few girlfriends, and – as I like to dabble in all things – have been sporadically active in the different expat communities in Beijing.