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City Kicks off Singles Events in May

City Kicks off Singles Events in May

The much-anticipated city-sponsored singles events program is here again!

Department of Civil Affairs (DCA) announced that a total of six singles events will take place between May 20 and October 15 this year. Application for the first session starts today. Those longing for love should not miss out on the opportunity to find their potential partner.

According to DCA Commissioner Lan Shih-tsung, the agency has been conducting the program since 2012 and seen 17 matched couples tie the knot. The organizer will ensure the safety of the events and the eligibility of participants—only those whose marital status is single are able to participate. The fact that the program is completely free of charge has also contributed to its increasing popularity—even attracting the attention of parents who are eager to marry off their children.

DCA noted that the majority of participants in past events are 30 to 39 years of age regardless of gender, with occupations spanning engineering, service industry, government employees, information technology, and others.  

Qualified applicants should be singles twenty-years-old or above, who either work, study, or are domiciled in Taipei. For more information and registration, please visit the Chinese activity website ( or call the information hotline for the event (TEL: 02-5559-2450).

2017 DCA Singles Events

Event Date

Registration Period

No. of Participants


May 20 (Sat.)

May 2 - 10


White Rock Organic Farm (Neihu)

June 17 (Sat.)

May 23 - June 6


Wesley Grove The Methodist (Yangmingshan)

July 15 (Sat.)

June 20 – July 4


Asia Pacific Eco Park (Linkou)

August 27 (Sun.)

August 1 - 15


Resort One Hotel (Yilan)

September 16 (Sat.)

August 22 – September 5


Rosa Garden (Taoyuan)

October 15 (Sun.)

September 12 - 26


Taipei Confucius Temple

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  • Updated: 2017/5/2 15:39
  • Reviewed: 2017/5/2 15:39

  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government