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I advise you to use the basic and free membership first and browse the profiles first, you can upgrade to a paid member when you feel comfortable with the site.Over 4.3 billion men and women live in Asia, making up 60% of the world’s population, and Asian-Americans account for 5.6% of the American population.Ps I know this is a dumb question but, what does "here's my line: " mean? ^ I think it's because having money means a lot in Asia..I could be wrong.. For males you need to pay to contact people, but from my experience it's worth it: Tons of all kind of people from Taiwan seem to use this, and very many speak great English.Just wondering does anyone know if paktor, tinder, badoo and any of those apps are popular in Taiwan? I am a different kind of Taiwanese, I lived in the US. Young to old, male or female, with all kinds of interests and hobbies, many looking just for friends but some also open for much more...
He points to the Paktor Leaderboards where the most popular female and male users are ranked and Paktor's 'gift-giving' culture.
"You get notifications about people you've swiped right (liked) getting gifts, and asking if you'd like to buy her a gift as well, this turns it into a competition which is childish," said Ali.
In response, Paktor's spokesperson said "these [features] are all attempts to make the dating process fun and not so 'stuffy'." "The leaderboard [is] actually one of the most popular feature on the application, it's a discovery tool rather than a game," said the spokesperson.
According to Paktor's Phua, his findings show that Asians prefer to first meet fellow users in groups, rather than a more intimate one-on-one date.
A feature on Paktor are the group chats based on common interests or careers, which Phua said helps to foster a more comfortable and genuine connection between "like-minded people." The app also has several language settings including Tagalog, Korea, Thai, Japanese, Melayu and Bahasa Indonesia.