Surprisingly, the results were similar to previous findings in the US.The Asian man scored lowest with a 3 percent match rate, while his Western counterpart reached an 11.8 percent match rate.The analysis featured by the online magazine showed that white males outperformed Asian males by far on the app.Asian model Godfrey Gao reached a 1.54 percent match rate while the Caucasian model Matthew Noszka got a 6.84 percent match rate out of 5,000 swipes.Data analysis by the American online dating website Ok Cupid from 2009 to 2014 proved that people of color and Asian men are marginalized the most in the dating market.Asian men received negative match scores from Caucasians, Latinas and women of color.This is how the digital revolution has transformed our dating culture. The nature of the dating apps favors those who are considered "attractive" by society's terms."Society has been conditioned to see Caucasian people as the standard of beauty, and your tastes are a product of this," the magazine Study Breaks wrote, arguing that having a certain racial type in dating and excluding races is a "polite, thinly veiled" form of racism. People "like" or "dismiss" a person based on their profile picture by swiping right or left.
Since then we have been communicating via Whats App. One day he sent me a message and gave me his mobile number.We were the same faith so I said to myself, what the heck and liked him back. After joining Oasis and not having much luck I was about to give up when I got an email with suggested matches. Without Oasis I certainly wouldn’t have met the love of my life who makes me the person I am today and supports me through not only the good but the bad too. I have been quite an active user on Oasis for the past few years. Until one day a guy with nickname Jiwa Muda liked me.