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“People who join us have various professional backgrounds, and come from different parts of the world,” say Jacqueline and Carol.
“You could be matched with someone who shares your enthusiasm for a favourite hobby, or a new lifelong companion to help you complete your travel bucket list.
Jacqueline and Carol launched meet.mozaic with this in mind: traditional matchmaking where singles can meet organically offline and make real connections.
This matchmaking service focuses on mature, English-speaking Hong Kong residents looking for a partner.
If all goes well and you find yourself changing your Facebook relationship status, you can leave the matchmaking service. The bonus of being a mature single is you know what you want.
However, if things go the way of “it’s complicated”, you can return to meet.mozaic at any time during the one-year validity period, which is counted from the day of your first date (clients get the chance to go on three dates). But just when you think you know what’s out there, you may find yourself pleasantly surprised at your options.
Tinder is now a household name and Ok Cupid is bookmarked on many a laptop.And the financial commitment and tailored nature of the service also means you can avoid getting “ghosted”, a dreaded side effect of the current Tinder world of dating.meet.mozaic’s matchmakers will even take care of the logistics of organising the actual date for you, giving you one less thing to worry about.Even those daters who are successful at finding matches via dating apps may find that ultimately they’re trapped in an emotionally unsatisfying cycle of short term excitement, with a lack of deeper connections.As Dr Andre says, The downside for dating app users is that the ‘high’ of matching is only temporary and needs to be replaced with a new ‘high’, almost like an addiction.” With this in mind, perhaps it’s time to go back to a more organic, offline approach to dating.
Coffee Meets Bagel, the San Francisco-based social networking and dating app, released data last year showing that people here in HK were using the service more often than people anywhere else in the world.