Imagine if every time you typed “Netflix and chill” (that’s code for casual sex, for the uninitiated) into Tinder, the app slapped you on the wrist with a warning message.
That’s what happens for users of Tantan, a dating app that’s popular among randy Chinese.
On its website, Momo claims to have 180 million users worldwide.
Note: For those who recognize the app icon for QQ — yes, it's a regular chat app, but it has a long history of hooking people up by sending virtual "drifting bottles" to random users and letting people connect with nearby users.
In the Chinese chat rooms you will find single Chinese men and women all seeking Chinese or foreign singles for Chinese chat.
At Chinese Love Cupid you will only ever experience a very international Chinese chat room environment where you can have a chat partner from China or anywhere else in the world.
Legend states that the Chinese Gender Chart was buried in a royal tomb near Beijing over 700 years ago.
The original is allegedly currently in the Institute of Science in Beijing.
While it might help facilitate one-night stands, Tantan is not immune to China’s internet censorship.
Chinese tea is a beverage made from the leaves of tea plants (Camellia sinensis) and boiled water.
Tea leaves are processed using traditional Chinese methods.
Chinese tea can be classified into five distinctive categories: white, green, oolong, black and post-fermented.
Others add categories for scented and compressed teas.