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  • Dating is a game for Chinese Millennials
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Dating is a game for Chinese Millennials

Two months since its launch, Pengpeng, a Chinese social mobile gaming app, has gathered over 300,000 daily active users. Its fun approach to social networking has cracked the way to appeal to young Millennials in China.

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