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That has indeed been the case for the two male expats who talked to Metropolitan, both of whom have noticed they are more popular on Chinese dating apps than they are on apps in their home countries.

A case in point is Bruce from the UK, who has only been using Tantan for one month but has already received 236 matches."In the UK, when I use Tinder, I usually get 20 to 30 matches tops, because there are fewer girls who swipe right for me than in China." Another difference, according to Bruce, is that in the UK, it is usually guys who start the conversation and do the work to try and impress and win over the girls."In China, I feel the girls are more keen to meet with me and impress me.

In real life, many expats work so much that they have only limited time to socialize, and when they do, according to Jeff, they mostly hang out with other expats.

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"I'm not looking for the love of my life on dating apps.

I use them more for the sake of having different experiences and expanding my world view.

Chinese girls don't have arrogance is the best way to explain it, I guess." In his experience, Chinese girls on Tantan usually start conversations by asking where he comes from and what he does in Beijing, before asking for his We Chat, and then if he wants to meet up."But I think it's too quick," Bruce said. Andrew, a Brit in Beijing who's been using Chinese dating apps for five months, says he quickly discovered that while women in the West generally start out chatting about shared interests, Chinese women are more likely to ask about his job and future plans.

He recalls one Chinese girl who, after a single date, began planning their wedding and future together in China."I understand that in China, some girls are facing pressure to get married before a certain age, which drives them to want to get serious faster in relationships," said Andrew.

Sun Yang, a public relations director from Momo, told Metropolitan that they have seen more expats using their dating app over the past few years, though they didn't have any statistics detailing their number of foreign users.

Another dating app, Tantan, didn't reply to Metropolitan's calls as of press date, but according to Metropolitan's count, it contains around one expat user for every 10 Chinese users in expat-heavy neighborhoods like Guomao and Sanlitun.

He also expressed interest in making Korean friends, since his work and social environment is exclusively Chinese.

"I've been surprised to see how eager most people are to interact with foreigners; it's just that they usually have few chances to do so," Erika said.

As a result, he met a 19-year-old student who wants to study in the UK, and they've been meeting up to do a language and culture exchange.

Erika, a 22-year-old student from South Korea, has similar intentions to Bruce.

More expats in China are using dating apps to diversify their social circles and romantic options.

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