Provides Online Social Networking

Share Article offers social networking for the Chinese community in the United States. The site provides news, forums, gallery, profile searches and other features for its visitors and members.

PRWEB April 28, 2005 --, the first social networking Web site for the Chinese community in the United States, offers visitors and members the opportunity to have fun, learn, interact and socialize online. is intended to bring Chinese Americans (and American Chinese) closer together, make their lives better and their community stronger through a unique social networking feature. The Web site invites members to have fun, make friends and build a stronger community by participating in forums and blogs. facilitates active interaction among its members, positioning itself as one of the most personal sites available for the Chinese community.

Unlike many other Web sites targeted at the Chinese community that only provide news, provides news articles, forums, blogs, image gallery services and other features to its members and visitors, encouraging them to be active contributors. The site isn’t merely a source of entertainment; it is influencing the lives of many Chinese by providing news and information directly related to their daily lives.

The social networking feature is a unique part of the site. Members can create detailed profiles with their name, birthplace, age, work experience and schools attended. They can also include details about their families and friends, defining their relationships and explaining how they met their friends. The site allows members to submit a picture of themselves or a family member and invite friends to join them on the network to socialize online.

Members can easily control who is allowed to see their profile, which is saved in a secure database. Visitors and members can search through the profiles by specifying age, hometown, expertise, schools, companies, etc. Members have the ability to contact someone through the site’s internal communications, but it is up to the recipient whether he or she would like to make the connection with the inquirer.

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