Beijing dating app
A Grindr spokeswoman declined to share more information about the IPO plans. CFIUS has not disclosed its concerns about Kunlun's ownership of Grindr. Reuters reported in May that Kunlun had given some Beijing-based engineers access to the personal information of millions of Americans, including private messages and HIV status.
Then I found a job in a government agency in New York City. Finding a mate is a serious business for China’s single men and women, all the more so when Chinese New Year is looming.Chinese gaming company Beijing Kunlun Tech said on Monday it would revive plans for an initial public offering (IPO) of popular gay dating app Grindr, after a U. national security panel dropped its opposition to the plan.Also, unlike Momo, you can use this app in English.For those who have trouble coming up with something to talk about, the app has a pretty fun “ice breaker” feature where you each answer 10 questions to help get to know your match a little better.With over 4,000 audio and video lessons at six different skill levels there is something to study for everyone.
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Kunlun said in May it had agreed to a request by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to sell Grindr, setting a June 2020 deadline to do so and putting preparations for an IPO of Grindr on hold.
A source familiar with the matter said on Monday that Kunlun's efforts to sell Grindr outright were continuing even as the IPO preparations were relaunched. S Treasury Department, which chairs CFIUS, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The app also gives you a choice to either offer to pay for the meal, or to split the bill, allowing you to avoid an awkward situation. Blued’s interface is similar to a mix between an instant messaging service, Facebook, and Twitter.
For account verification, you must send a video of yourself to the Blued team who will match your face to the photos you’ve posted on your account. Blued may see some competition soon since a Beijing-based company has purchased the very popular US based app – Grindr.
QQ has many features like games, links to news articles, as well as a way to learn Chinese or translate phrases into Chinese.