The classic dating site, OK Cupid’s app puts more thought into your matches than much of the gimmick-based competition, with more attention paid to the profile. Your pet is the ultimate wingman, and this way you can be the same for them.
AND we welcome all race/ethnicities to join) who want to meet and socialize as well.
Originally the app only showed one match per day, but after an update last year, that’s increased.
For now, it only services Toronto in Canada, but plans to roll out in Vancouver this fall. Dragonfruit matches couples based on their particular nerdy obsessions.
It’s a question that constantly buzzes among Metro Vancouver’s Asian community, says my Vancouver Sun colleague, reporter Vivian Luk.
Raised in East Vancouver, Luk says her large circle of Chinese friends often has a lively time discussing inter-racial dating preferences. Luk, 22, a student in UBC’s School of Journalism, says she generally confirms the views expressed by relationship specialist Ronald Lee in my column headlined: ‘Vancouver’s Asian men fear women prefer whites.’ Lee said a lot of Canadian-Asian guys end up being awkward around women because they’re instead taught by parents to focus obsessively on their educations and careers.