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It also has an algorithm that weeds out "Asianphiles" and accounts for Chinese cultural values such as date of immigration and highest level of education.

Zhao came to the United States from China for graduate school in Electrical Engineering at the University of California San Diego.

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Last year Chengdu’s economy grew 15.2 per cent while the city’s New Century Global Centre, a commercial and leisure complex that will reputedly be the world’s largest stand-alone building, is set to open later this year.

The Mediterranean-themed complex will reportedly boast two luxury 1,000-room hotels, hot springs, a marine park and its own artificial beach.

“At the same time wealthy women have a high standard in choosing their husbands.

Because they are very successful they also expect their husband to be at least as successful as they are.” Rebecca Chen, who at 29 is one of the youngest Chengdu-based millionaires to sign up for the project, said social norms also hampered a rich woman’s search for the perfect man.

Despite a large social circle, she and her friends found it difficult to meet compatible men because of language and cultural barriers.

Mainstream dating sites, she says, didn't work.“Although these sites do provide a large pool of candidates, many of them are not of similar background, since most Chinese are not on these sites," said Zhao.

Competition for a place at the table will be fierce.

Applicants must have a “minimum standard” of education and be the same age or older than the love-starved millionaires.

Early this year the founder of one of China’s biggest online dating sites – – told local television his company was making annual profits of around £20 million from its 36 million registered users.

Even the government sees helping men find love as a priority.

"In the US, 85% of ethnic Chinese still marry other Chinese, but there is no good platform to connect this group of people.”“Both the process and the notion for dating in Chinese culture is quite different than those of the US and most of the western world,” Anita Tsai of 2Red Beans explained.

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