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Lee Kuan Yew reportedly launched the program in the 1980s because his daughter was having a difficult time finding Mr. Much of the matchmaking effort for university graduates originally revolved around moonlight boat trips.
Those without university degrees met through tea dances and dinner parties.
”), which made the past seem like cavemen culture compared with the new world of smooching teens.
In the past, most schools were mono-gender, and boys and girls could meet only on special occasions like schools sports or debates – or church functions.
Arranged marriages, using matchmakers and go-between, are still common, particularly among Hindus and Malay Muslims.
In the late 2000, singles made up 55.7 percent of all households in Singapore, compared to 50.1 percent 10 years earlier.
Shared religion encouraged intermarriage, with marriages between Malays and Indian Muslims the most common form of ethnic intermarriage.Violet Lim, president, Association of Dating Agencies & Matchmakers, said: "Recently we did a survey, and the survey results have shown that there are quite a lot of singles out there who are open to using dating services.However they are not sure of what are the types of services that are out there and they don’t even know the type of services that would be comfortable or good for them.They also might have some concerns such as prices, the quality, because they feel that obviously dating services in their own website would just say good things about themselves." [Source: Channel News Asia, November 27, 2009] In August 2010, AFP reported: “Singapore is launching yet another campaign to promote dating among its notoriously love-shy singles as the city-state grapples with low birth and marriage rates.The Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) issued a tender this month through the government's official procurement website calling for proposals on how to encourage singles to date.