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  • Sep 21, 2014
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Ashley Madison

How to spot a lunch time cheat?

The married cheats’ website ashleymadison.com is kicking up its own dust storm in Hong Kong. Readers have reacted strongly to this subject, with few agreeing that “infidelity website saves marriages in Hong Kong,” as the site’s press release proclaims.

Thursday, 29 August, 2013, 9:20am 4 comments

Hongkongers don't need an adultery website to get their kicks

The Hong Kong launch of American adultery website Ashley Madison might have drawn attention from the English-speaking community and concern from moralists, but all these debates about whether the arrival of the site will tear families apart seem pointless – not because Hong Kong men don’t cheat, but because there are far too many better options out there. 

27 Nov 2013 - 11:54am 3 comments

Married cheats prefer lunchtime trysts

With two million would-be Japanese adulterers signed up for the cheaters dating website ashleymadison.com, we can only wonder how its Hong Kong launch will go down this week. The outraged moral majority have had their say, lambasting the site for all the predictable reasons.

27 Aug 2013 - 8:51am 5 comments

Adultery website attacked as threat to Hong Kong family life

The founder of a dating agency promoting extra-marital affairs has rejected criticism that it could lead to “broken families” in Hong Kong.

28 Aug 2013 - 11:22pm 19 comments

Adultery website to launch in Hong Kong

“Life is short. Have an affair,” proclaims controversial dating website Ashley Madison. Married people sign up to meet each other for affairs and “discreet encounters” through the website, which with 20 million members says it is the world’s largest dating platform for cheating husbands and wives.

28 Aug 2013 - 10:54pm 13 comments