On Monday, Chinese Americans joined the increasingly un-exclusive ranks of those groups with internet dating sites designed exclusively for them. In the past two months in beta, the site already has close to 1000 users and has successfully matched over 100 Chinese-American couples. 1 out of 5 couples meet online." The site, which is free, tries to match users "in accordance with Chinese cultural values," according to Techcrunch, which dubs it "a JDate for Chinese-Americans." Techcrunch runs the numbers: Apparently 2Red Beans is already having success matching Chinese-Americans.
(Those with even more specific dreams of Ivy league love can check out Date Harvard -- a site created to cater to women who didn't graduate from Harvard, but would like to date a man who did.) Black? And now, there is 2Red Beans.com, for Chinese Americans, which promises on its website "It works!
Black SIngles.com, Beautiful People.com, and have you covered.
Some four in 10 Conservative Jews who have married since 2000 have married non-Jews, according to the 2013 Pew Research Center survey of U. Dinkin, 17, has a non-Jewish boyfriend.“It disappointed me a lot that I had to give up that opportunity because of my secular life,” she told JTA.
“Obviously people who are active in USY are people who are passionate about their Judaism.
, "If you are having a Jewish wedding, you probably have to break a glass.
You can forgo almost every other element, but if you don't break glass, folks will not believe you are really married." Progressive or traditional, religious or secular, Jewish weddings almost always include a breaking of glass at the end of the ceremony.Yet it took me a while—a decade in the city—to join these ubiquitous ranks.For years I had dated mostly Korean and Asian-American men, opting for bodily familiarity and trying to fulfill my parents’ vision of an appropriate mate.", which means "good fortune" in Yiddish and is the equivalent of "Congratulations!" To avoid injury, the glass is typically covered in cloth.Some see it as a reminder of the destruction of the First Temple of Jerusalem.