Cupid's digital arrows target young Japanese


TOKYO (China Daily/ANN): Richard Koide, a 35-year-old chemical engineer living in Japan, switched to making blind dates online in January, when the country was experiencing a third wave of COVID-19 cases.

This month, as he uploaded his profile to a fourth dating app, he said he is torn between his desire to find love and fears about the pandemic.

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