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Overall, speed dating is good, but I have been to ones that are much better organised. Unfortunately, there are no ladders available for them to get over themselves, so they're stuck in ambivalence, reciting the "I'm just here because my friend asked me to come" speech.
You might argue this one was free, but its not really - its free to see how many girls said yes, but you cant find out whether they're the ones you liked - it doesnt give you your matches until you pay the 20 quid. I'm sure it's just as boring for them to watch my eyes roll as it is for me to listen to this.' 'Beware Chinese Speed Dating is not for the faint hearted, you will see how two-faced some of these girls actually are, they may be pretty, smile and sound as if they are interested in you, but the next day when you get your results you will see that you are on their reject list, and they don't even want to be a friend at least?!
People will often make casual racist remarks around you, assuming it’s chill because ‘you’re basically English’.
Which is somewhat true, except if we’re not friends and you don’t know anything about me, don’t ask if I play piano at grade 8 or make a comment about all Asians owning a Louis Vuitton suitcase and a Canon camera.
You just pay for your own drinks/food and happy hour until 9pm, i.e. The venue is a bar near Wanchai MTR Exit C and you have to enter through the hotel lobby.Concernedly, one wonders whether events like 'Chinese Speed Dates' run by web domain owner Brighton-based businesswoman Sutmung Cheung , presumably a white-washed British Chinese female, are deliberately designed to encourage interracial dating between ethnic Chinese.Here's another similar event that takes place monthly at the Jewel Bar, Piccadilly Circus, London.ALL ARE WELCOME and you don't have to be British Born Chinese.Current members include other overseas born Chinese, overseas educated Chinese, local HK people and some non-Chinese.