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The line above from the production still rings true, forty years later, at least for many Asian American men.
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I hadn’t been on Tinder for long before I realized something was wrong: Hardly anyone was reciprocating my interest. None of my close friends, many of whom relied exclusively on the dating app to meet singles, seemed to be encountering this problem. Was there a grammatical error in my personal statement? What they found was that users placed a premium on members of their own race.
The data suggested a different narrative: Their biases had become even more pronounced.
Paradoxically, when surveyed, fewer users answered “yes” to the question of whether they preferred to date someone of their own race.
"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 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. The story follows a French soldier who is sent to China where he eventually falls in love with a man disguised as a woman.