Be aware of fake profiles and never give out sensitive information about yourself.Flirting Dos Flirting Don'ts Community Q&A So you want to flirt with a guy or gal on MSN, AIM, Facebook Chat, or any other instant messaging service and you don't want to look like a creep?Familiarity gained through the years of close observation of political, economic and social issues on the mainland has given her a love of journalism and good professionalism in the field." data-title="He Huifeng" data-html="true" data-template=" China’s selfie-mania and people’s desire to view racy content on their mobiles may prove another cash cow for Tencent’s We Chat in the next week or two.China’s favourite mobile messaging tool has thrown down the gauntlet to Alipay by launching a gimmicky new function ahead of the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday to its popular service that lets users exchange virtual packets of digital cash in red envelopes.We Chat ran an hourlong trial of its newly upgraded red packet programme on Tuesday afternoon and over 18 million users joined in and uploaded photos, according to Everyone I know was talking about We Chat’s red envelope photo topic,” said Liu Chunchun, a clerk based in the city of Shenzhen in southern Guangdong province.“One of my friends earned dozens of red envelopes for her photo.“Once they thought we were genuine they gave us their Alipay account details, which we used to pay for the harder stuff," he said.
Areas like Cheng and Ayer Keroh had the highest number of those offering their services online.
Soon, users will be able to upload a private photo that will be automatically blurred.
This serves as an enticement for others in their social circle to send over a red envelope - containing money or redeemable vouchers - as this is required to make the picture clearly viewable.
What once used to take days to get done can now be accomplished with a click of the mouse.
The efficiency of this brave new digital world has led many people to give up the way they were used to doing things in the real world and embrace a new virtual lifestyle.
Two sisters have been arrested for operating an unlicensed abortion clinic from an apartment in Shanghai's Xinqiao town, where they illegally provided ultrasounds so pregnant women could know the sex of their fetus.