The suicide note has been widely circulated on China’s internet, topping the news search on Weibo on Wednesday.
In response to the tragedy, issued a statement last weekend on its official Weibo account.
China’s online dating market has been growing at a rapid pace.
In 2016, the industry’s market size reached 3.4 billion yuan, almost tripling 2014’s 1.2 billion yuan, according to a recent estimate by private research firm Analysys International.
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Su Xiangmao, 37, the founder of the Skype-like We Phone app, killed himself last Thursday and left a note accusing his ex-wife of lying when they met through jiayuan.com’s VIP service and blackmailing him when their one-month marriage ended.
He said Zhai Xinxin had lied about her age, marital history and other details in her online profile.
The increase was driven by a rapid rise in revenues from its VIP matchmaking service.
Before that, she wrote for Forbes in San Francisco on billionaires, venture capitalists and the emerging class of Chinese entrepreneurs.
Prior to Forbes, Laura served as an editor for Xinhua News Agency in Beijing, and later became an anchor and chief financial correspondent for Xinhua in Hong Kong.
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Laura He is a senior correspondent based in Hong Kong. Previously, she worked as Asia financial correspondent for Market Watch, The Wall Street Journal Digital Network.