China dating scam
The tea ceremony scam has been a common scam in China for years.
Scammers will even say they are their children’s English or maths teacher, boosting the chances of parents clicking the link provided.
Around this time of year, the results of the annual are released.
Prospective students and their family feverishly look to get admitted to a good university.
Tourists often do not even realise they have been scammed until the very end. It is not just a way to connect to friends individually or by group chat, it is also an app that is used for making phone calls, ordering taxi’s, and doing money transactions.
(For more on Weixin, read: .) For many Chinese, the app has become an essential tool for everyday communication.
If so, you will have to give him a so-called ‘red envelope’ (红包): a payment worth 8,88 RMB (1,5 US dollars).