And also made me sort of lose hope in the future of humanity.But the great people at Paktor have launched a new offline dating agency!Christian Connection makes it easy to break the ice.If you see someone you like, simply "wave" at them.Violet Lim: In Hong Kong, more people are spending more hours at work and therefore, they tend to get married later and later in life.In the past, people met their potential partners through introductions by friends. Yung: It’s a very happy job because I develop very personal friendships with my clients."We would go on at least three or four dates before either one of us decides it won't work out. Again and again, I find myself going on one-off dates where the men quickly decide within the hour - maybe even 30 minutes - that we shouldn't see each other again.
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Called Gai Gai, the agency organises a wide range of events for you to expand your social circle and have fun while doing so. Regardless of which activity you sign up for, I think it’s important to be enthusiastic. I can’t speak for all events, but the Gai Gai event that I went for was really fun, and the people were great.
And because I’m admired for both my extraordinary beauty and immense courage, they invited me to try it out… If you’ve paid for an experience, you might as well make the most of it, no? What this means is that you might want to hang out for a bit after the official activities are completed. I realise that not everyone has the best of luck when it comes to finding someone whom you like to spend time with. Jac spends most of her free time wondering what she is doing with her life.
There are frequent gatherings in restaurants, bars, churches, museums or country walks.
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Ironically, Hong Kong’s densely populated streets seem to beget a high degree of loneliness.