The Cherry Blossoms Visa Department

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You may not know this, but Cherry Blossoms has a Visa Department!

Our team of experienced specialists are here to help YOU with your US Fiancee or Spousal Visa paperwork. We even do the Adjustment of Status (Green Card).

If you’re ready to take the next step in your relationship, the CB Visa Department is here for you.
If your fiancee or husband is in the USA, have him call for a FREE Consultation:

800.322.3267

You can also email: visa@blossoms.com for more information.

 

Give Love, Get Love, Get Started… Contact us TODAY.
Best wishes of Health, Happiness and Love, CB Staff.
Bringing the World Together, One Couple at a Time…

 

10 Do’s and 10 Don’ts to Remember When Online Dating

Hey Guys AND Gals,

 

Bob with the CB Staff here.

 

Do you ever wonder, “Why am I not getting responses to my online messages? What can I do to make my profile more attractive?”

 

Here are some of the things which will get you into trouble and reduce your chances of finding  a great online date.  These are TEN obvious things you should avoid doing, and TEN ways to fix  them.

 

Fix ’em and improve your profile- a better profile means better results for YOU.

 

 DON’T just rely on having a great photo:  While it’s been proven that having a great photo is important, it’s also important to have some good text. If all you have is a great photo and haven’t committed at least a little time to putting your profile information together, it shows.  

 

DO: Have at least one great photo AND spend a little time and put together a great profile- spend some time writing about what you like to do, who you are, and what you’re searching for in a partner.

 

 DON’T use a photo that that’s old:  This is one of the biggest online dating sins because once you start emailing back and forth a couple times you’re bound to end up on a video chat. What happens when you meet and you don’t look like the picture? What can you say about that?

 

DO: Use a current photo that shows you at your best. It can be a selfie, or have a friend take one of you. Action shots (you doing something you love, ATVing, fishing, diving) get a lot of attention.

 

 DON’T get sloppy with spelling and grammar:  If your spelling and grammar are horrible other members may think that you don’t care or, at worst, are not very smart. Sorry, it’s the truth.

 

DO: Take the time to use spell check, give your ad the once over or even have a friend look over your ad  before you post. If you’ve already posted, it’s ok to go back and update it later.

 

DON’T lie.  It can get very difficult to keep track of all the little fibs you tell when you make a habit out of it. If you talk a lot, or email a lot, it’ll show you to be untrustworthy.  

 

DO: Be your real self. The real you is pretty good. After all, isn’t that who you want people to fall in love with?

 

DON’T write a novel in your profile. Nobody wants to know you’re gluten intolerant or you live with your brother right off the bat. It can be overwhelming to people who are viewing  your profile.

 

DO: Leave a little bit of mystery. Save your life story for conversing later while you’re getting to know someone. You’ll have more to talk about.

 

 DON’T make your entire profile a list. If your profile looks like a laundry list of “I Don’t Want to Meets”, you’re probably not going to get many responses.  

 

DO: *Briefly* talk about the kind of person you are and the kind of person you’d like to meet. Focus on the positives.

 

 DON’T be weird: Let’s face it. Coming on too strong can be a real turn off.  Don’t bring up sex up right away. Be a little conservative in your first messages.  For example, “I just want to cuddle and listen to your heartbeat” can be kind of scary for someone you’ve just met.

 

DO: Save the sweet (or sexy) stuff for when you get to know them better and they get to know you better.

 

DON’T get attached to someone just based on a photo and a profile, no matter how great the profile picture and text are. There is still a lot you don’t know and can’t know until you’ve had a chance to talk to them.

 

DO:  Slow down and take your time to know the other person before you make a decision on if they’re the right one for you.

 

DON’T send money.  It can be hard when you really think you found someone and they suddenly have a hardship and request money from you.  

 

DO: No, just DON’T. Don’t send money for any reason, especially if you haven’t met them in person. Be sure to report their profile to our customer service team if they do.

 

DON’T be a arrogant or a grump. If all you do is talk about all the bad experiences you’ve had, people pick up on that. If you don’t like to chat or email with people who are constantly moping or bragging, what makes you think other people will want to, too?

 

DO: Be positive. Most people wanting to meet someone online are looking for someone who will be fun to be around. It’s ok to talk yourself up a little bit, but don’t stretch it too much.

 

From experience, we know that it’s hard to go wrong if you just stay honest. Write and talk in a mature and adult way. Be respectful of – it’ll keep things interesting.

here’s a lot of singles  who are looking for love, just like you.

 

Aloha,

 

Bob

Cherry Blossoms Staff  

Six Basic Things: Get More Responses from Women!

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Six Basic Things to Get More Responses from Women

Hey Guys,

Bob here from the CB Staff.

I hate to keep mentioning these things again, but I feel like I need to drive this home.

These just seem to be some common problems and I am not sure why some guys don’t get them.

They’re easily fixed, too.

 

These are six BASIC things you can do to get more responses from women.

1. Use a good, current photo. Come on guys; this is basic. Post some good photos– no one wants to see you half-dressed or what you look like at your worst.

Seriously, have a friend take a good picture of you. If you don’t have any good pictures, try taking a selfie.

 

2. Check for spelling and grammar errors. Use spell check and give your profile the once over before you post it. When your profile is full of errors, it shows you don’t really care.

If you care about making a good first impression, take a little time to make your ad easy to read and understand.

 

3. Don’t be disrespectful to women. It’s okay to talk about what you are looking for in a woman. It’s not okay to tell the world that you don’t want a “princess”, “drama queen”, or a “chick with baggage”, etc.

Do you really think you’ll get positive responses if you focus on the negative?

Instead, write about the positive qualities you’re seeking in a woman: Things like “funny”, “faithful”, “down to earth”.

 

4. When you get message, answer in a timely fashion- even if it’s a “No.” If it’s no, be polite and say so. Don’t keep them dangling!

If it’s a yes, then respond appropriately. Start getting to know one another.

You DO need to answer in a timely fashion. No-one feels excited about a response that comes days, or even weeks, after they first contacted you.

 

5. Stay offline until you’re ready to move on. If you have some sort of ongoing relationship or or one that’s over but you’re not over it yet, stay offline until it’s completely done.

Men, especially, always seem to be in a big rush to start a relationship right away after their previous relationship has just ended.

Make sure you’re emotionally ready before going out and starting a new relationship.

 

6. Do not talk about sex in your first few contacts online. Instead, play it by ear and take it slow.

Don’t start a conversation by sending sexy pictures or hints of how good you are in bed. Try getting to know each other a little better before talking about sex.

 

I guarantee it will get you a lot more responses.

Basics, guys. Basics. Follow these guidelines and get on your way to meeting women online.

 

Aloha,
Bob
CB Staff

Never Do These Things While In China

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While China has become more westernized, there are still some basic things you should and shouldn’t do while you’re there. These are just basics , but as long as you’re friendly and bring your best manners, you will get along fine and have a great time.  

 

Don’t be Late:

It can be seen as rude to be late. Always be on time or even a little early to meetings or dates.

 

Never Show Up Without a Gift   

If you’re meeting someone, it’s customary for both parties often exchange gifts.  For instance, if you’re meeting your fiancée’s family for the first time be aware that you’re expected to bring a gift.  Gifts are not usually opened until after you leave. If they do insist you open your gift, ask “Is it ok if I open it?”  

 

Special note: Don’t bring four gifts or clocks as gifts- the Chinese associate these with death and are considered unlucky.

 

Don’t Call People by Their First Names Only:

Unlike in the West, Chinese people don’t call each other by their first name. Let’s say a man is introduced to you as  “Lee Ming”.  You can safely address him as Mr. Lee not Mr. Ming, because the family name comes first.  As an example  Joe Smith is known as Smith Joe. This will be a little different if you’ve already got a close relationship with them, but let them say so first.

 

Avoid Public Displays of Affection:

Generally, public displays of affection (PDAs) are frowned upon.  Hand holding is becoming acceptable but play it by ear and ask if it’s ok.  Your girlfriend or fiancée will appreciate the gesture.

 

Never let someone else pay the Bill without saying, “No, please let me.”

Let’s say you go out to a meal in China. It’s time to pay for the meal and your dining companion says, “I’ve got the bill.”  It’s considered good manners to argue and fight for the right to pay the bill. Showing eagerness to pay the bill is just good manners. Be willing to go back and  forth a few times with the “No, let me” before it’s settled.

 

Don’t Take The First  “No Thank You”  Literally

People in China will almost always automatically refuse things like having a drink or going out for food automatically, even if they are really hungry or thirsty.   In China a  good guest is supposed to refuse at least once, so you as a good host should always offer at least two or three times.

Never Accept Food, Drinks , or Gifts Without Refusing a Couple Times.

Likewise, don’t immediately accept anything offered.  Chinese people will expect you as a guest to refuse at least once.

Don’t Brag

 

Chinese people are humble and polite. Let’s say have dinner and give your host a compliment like “That was the best dinner ever!” Your host will say, “No, that was really bad.”  They’re not being rude, just humble and polite.

 

So be humble too. Keeping the  boasting to a minimum will help keep things from getting awkward. Be modest about yourself: if someone pays you a compliment , be humble and say something like “No, not at all” or “I’m not good at it, but thank you for saying so.”

 

We hope this brief guide comes in handy, especially if you’re going to China to visit a Fiancee or girlfriend (or even meeting her family!).

 

Looking to date a Chinese girl? Find her on Cherry Blossoms <3

 

Etiquette links:

 

http://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/guidebook/etiquette.htm

http://www.commisceo-global.com/country-guides/china-guide

http://www.today.com/money/10-chinese-etiquette-tips-2D80555974

The Time is Now: Schedule Travel To Asia to See Your Girlfriend or Fiancée.

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Cherry Blossoms Friends,

 

With oil prices at a 10 year low, airline ticket prices are slowly coming down. This is great news for you if you’re looking to save money on a flight to see your lady!

 

Of course, you’re going to want to plan ahead. A recent study concluded that the best time to book your international flight to Asia (and save the most money) is 160 days in advance.

 

Additionally, it’s best to purchase tickets well in advance if traveling internationally. If you’re planning on travelling to the United States, it’s recommended you buy 54 days in advance. If you’re looking at traveling to Europe, it’s best to purchase tickets 120 days in advance.

 

Cherry Blossoms members, if you’re looking at traveling to see your girlfriend or fiancee AND you want to get the cheapest tickets, right now is the right time to book your tickets.

 

Aloha,

 

Bob

CB Staff

Sources

https://www.cheapair.com/blog/travel-tips/when-to-buy-international-flights/

   http://blog.blossoms.com/?p=2100