Yong had some advice for those on the dating scene. “Your reputation is really important and something you don’t want to sully. have fun.” As for his perfect match: “My future Mrs. She’s somewhere out there.” He is a Kirkland Chamber of Commerce member and a board member of the Seattle Chinatown Development Council (SCIDpda).He has also held board positions with the Asian Hall of Fame.He said he learned a few things from the experience.The adventure gave him more faith that there are amazing people out there, and if you look hard enough, you might find them, he said.
There also is a sweet connection between two Seattle techies, David and Annie, even though she was clearly shocked he still has an app-less flip phone that’s more than a decade old.
Based on an popular series in Britain, “First Dates” (debuting 7 p.m.
Friday, WMAQ-Channel 5) likely will bring back memories — both good and bad — for anyone who ever went on a blind date.
“Of course, there also can be impending joy, depending on the moment or the situation.”To the “First Dates” producing team, which includes TV megastar Ellen De Generes.
the locale was obviously key.“We gave a lot of thought to that,” said Hesling. It has its own identity, but it’s not an aggressive identity in the way some other cities can be — like New York, for example.