Exclusive events Our Lovestruck events are the talk of the Hong Kong dating scene.From regular special event nights to our famous free-to-attend Laissez-Faire parties where you are free to mingle with up to 900 people in attendance, there's always something on for you to meet new people in a fun and relaxed way. Date discovery Our incredible date matching device allows you find people who like doing the kind of stuff you do in your free time, saving on those endless "what do you want to do? Create your own fun date and get asked out, or ask out a Lovestrucker with a unique date idea!Here at e Harmony we believe there's a better approach to online dating than being bombarded with profiles and pictures.We think the dates our members go on should be amazing, memorable occasions.Of course not, and Instagram is not just the best place to find out what should be in your breakfast smoothie, it’s also where life coaches and gurus are doling out their best tips.“The motherhood and sisterhood are huge on Instagram,” says Clemmie Hooper, 31, from Crystal Palace, whose account Mother of Daughters has more than 31,000 followers. With Instagram you can access this support in the palm of your hand at times when it can seem really lonely, like when you’re up in the middle of the night feeding.” Hooper set up her blog Gas & Air almost six years ago while she was on maternity leave after having her second daughter.
With 35 years of experience in bringing people together, we constantly work to refine our matching process and find you a date which will last a lifetime.
Thousands of people are getting Lovestruck I saw the Lovestruck ad on the tube and decided to give online dating a go.
Our first date was at Liverpool Street after work on a Friday night.
Once, while talking to two of my sister’s twentysomething friends, the chat turned to one of the girl’s newish boyfriends: ‘OMG, I can’t believe you met him IRL’. Yes, they were astonished to hear that people got together ‘In Real Life’.
The old stigma of meeting a potential partner online is well and truly evaporated to the point of online being the norm.