Australia is home to a diverse community that hails from all over Asia, with a large portion being Chinese. Within these thriving Chinese Australian communities, there are many Chinese singles looking for that special person; someone who understands and shares their cultural heritage and upbringing. eHarmony is making this search easier for Chinese singles, matching them with local people who share their values and beliefs.
eHarmony is unlike other online dating sites in that it aims to create long-lasting relationships by matching members based on key areas of compatibility. It’s less about finding key interests in common, because though you may be attracted to someone who likes fishing, running or yoga as much as you do, it’s not necessarily enough to keep you two together forever. eHarmony goes deeper than other sites to match you on the things that really define a healthy relationship: do you and your potential partner have a similar sense of humour? Do you both tend to relate to other people in the same way? What common values do you share? It’s these key dimensions that tend to make really strong, happy relationships.
If you’ve had great luck with Chinese dating on eHarmony, and are now ready to meet a match in person, here are a couple of first date ideas:
In Melbourne, visit the marvelous Aquarium, an enchanting space filled with some of the world’s most exciting and exotic sea creatures. From stingrays to seahorses, there’s something for every couple at this cool location.
Afterwards, grab a bite to eat in Melbourne’s lively Southbank precinct, where you can enjoy a glass of wine and a great meal overlooking the beautiful Yarra River.
In Sydney, spend a summer evening at the Moonlight Cinema on the lawns of Centennial Park. Whether it’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s or Casablanca, you and your date will be charmed by this majestic outdoor movie theatre. Enjoy a cocktail or a snack while snuggling up under the stars.
Skip dinner and head straight for dessert for a date that’s extra sweet. In Adelaide, enjoy a sumptuous hot chocolate or a rich piece of cake at Cocolat Dessert Café. In Brisbane, head to Southbank’s Max Brenner café for chocolate-covered strawberries and whipped cream. And if you’re in Perth, get yourself to Koko Black in Claremont for a tasting plate of chocolate truffles.
Not in a big city? Why not try your local coffee house for a traditionally casual first date. Or if nature is more your scene, how about a simple picnic by the water or in parklands, it’ll give you a chance to get to know your date in a relaxed setting.
At eHarmony, we pride ourselves on creating more marriages and long-lasting relationships than any other dating site. So for Chinese singles, it’s never been easier to find a partner who shares similar cultural traditions and upbringing. And no matter where in Australia you are, you can limit your search to just your local area, or expand it to include other towns and cities.
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