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He has been the Senior Policy Advisor for the NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby since September 2009, as well as the Vice President of Amnesty International Australia since May 2008.
The discussion will include: Event details When: 12.30pm, Saturday 19 February Where: Everest Theatre, Seymour Centre Cost: , student concessions , as well as members of New Mardi Gras through the Seymour Centre.
By investing in Grindr, Kunlun is following in the footsteps of many Chinese internet companies: Tencent owns stakes in Snapchat, for example, and Alibaba funded mobile messenger Tango.
Zhou has a wife (link in Chinese), so those wondering whether he’s the next gay Chinese tech mogul (after Blued founder Geng Le) will probably be disappointed.
Will Tao, an analyst who follows on China’s internet, says that Grindr’s business model could help Kunlun learn how to attract more users.
Gay people spend more time engaged with apps than “other user groups,” Tao said, and they have “closer relationships” to other people.
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The company started exporting titles to games portals in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia in 2009, according to an interview Zhou gave Sina Tech (link in Chinese) and now partners with Rovio, makers of the Angry Birds series, and Supercell, best known for Clash of the Clans.
Blued, a social app for gay men, founded by a former police officer, has 3 million daily active users, a million more than Grindr.
Grindr founder Joel Simkhai called the deal a “a huge vote of confidence in our vision to connect gay men to even more of the world around them,” in a blog post.
The session is part of Queer Thinking, a day of events at the Seymour Centre to launch the 2011 Mardi Gras Season.
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One of the world’s most popular gay dating apps is now controlled by a little-known company from a conservative country.