The first record of a seal in China is from 544 BC.Actual bronze seals survive from the 5th century BC, and the practice of sealing must be some centuries older.Beijing, China (CNN) -- In China it can be hard for millionaires to find love. "These people are very excellent themselves, which leads to their high standards for partners," Xu said."And those who can meet those standards are few." Xu is the founder of Golden Bachelor, an online dating site catering to an expanding class of super-wealthy Chinese singletons who have it all except for one thing: a bride. The Golden Bachelor "Diamond Love" membership goes for 300,000 Yuan (,000).The most ingenious of the Jiayuan scams starts when the owner of a fancy restaurant hires an attractive woman, who then makes a dating profile.The woman then contacts a lonely heart over Jiayuan and convinces him to take her on a date to the expensive restaurant, where she runs up an enormous tab.
But if you’re going to China, chances are you’re not going to be finding any dates using the apps you’re used to.
Also, unlike Momo, you can use this app in English.
For those who have trouble coming up with something to talk about, the app has a pretty fun “ice breaker” feature where you each answer 10 questions to help get to know your match a little better.
The Web site states in Chinese the qualifications for joining: a personal or family wealth of at least 2 million yuan (2,000); a background that is extremely superior, wealthy and aristocratic; very good personal qualities or young, talented and beautiful.
"More and more Chinese people are finding love from Web sites," said Xu, 36.