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The results are optimistic So how successful is online dating here (unless you're guilty of all these annoying traits)? This dating service alone has made 28 million introductions among Singaporeans and enabled more than 13 million chats.
And while we may still be more conservative than our American counterparts (Singaporeans are generally said to be lousy flirts) when it comes online dating, there really isn’t any significant difference in our preferences.
The stigma is diminishing “There’s still some stigma involving online dating in Singapore.
However, this stigma is slowly [subsiding] with more coverage of online dating,” says Darryl Liew, Regional Brand Marketing Vice President of dating app Paktor.
There was a stigma attached to it for many years, but as our dating patterns have evolved, it’s become a norm.
So what has changed, and what sort of power has online dating given us?
Happily ever after is possible If you feel that online dating only sets up relationships that are doomed to fail (maybe you're more suited for an offline get-together), know this: a study by Harvard University and the University of Chicago found that marriages of couples that met online were “slightly less likely to result in a marital break-up and were associated with slightly higher marital satisfaction”.
Marriage counselling are also offered by family service centres endorsed by the Ministry of Social and Family Development.
You’ve probably given online dating a go at least once (read this true account on online dating).
Even if you haven’t, you must know people who have.
The matrimonial law of Singapore categorizes marriages contracted in Singapore into two categories: civil marriages and Muslim marriages.
The Registry of Marriage (ROM) administers civil marriages in accordance to the Women's Charter, while the Registry of Muslim Marriages (ROMM) administers Muslim marriages in accordance to the Administration of Muslim Law Act (AMLA).It’s not uncommon to connect with someone on Tinder, only to also see him on CMB, which prides itself on being a “highly curated dating service”. You might even meet him again on Lunch Click, which doesn’t allow users to chat and instead sets them up on a date. Most are free to use, which is naturally a huge draw.