Paradise Introductions is a boutique introduction agency, the first and only helping men in Papua New Guinea to meet single women in Russia for long term, committed relationships. We are a confidential, discreet service that works with affluent clients who want to meet single women through our personalized tours to Russia. We partner with trusted marriage agencies in Russia with whom we have personal relationships. 

Paradise Introductions is PNG’s first and only boutique marriage agency to meet single Russian women. We provide a personalized, high touch matchmaking service to help our clients meet Russian women who are looking for long-term/committed relationships that may potentially lead to marriage. 

Who We Are

Our organization has been built by a dedicated and highly experienced team who believe in personalised service. Our intimate understanding of the unique needs and wants of our Papua New Guinean clients has enabled us to help more than 580 families own condominiums, migrate, retire, and educate their families in the Philippines through Paradise International Education Consultancy. 

Team

We are headed by Jensen Chow. 

Jensen Chow attended Murray International Primary School in Port Moresby. He went to St. Ignatius' College, in Sydney for high school and completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney. Jensen also completed the Ateneo-Regis MBA from Ateneo de Manila University. The Regis MBA is an accelerated executive program with a curriculum developed by two distinguished Jesuit higher-education institutions: Ateneo de Manila University and Regis University of Denver, Colorado.

Jensen lived in the Philippines for 12 years and grew up in Papua New Guinea. Clients appreciate his casual, yet professional style. His intimate understanding of Papua New Guinea enables him to best serve his clients. In his free time, he teaches the Brazilian martial art of Capoeira at 5 orphanages in Cebu City.

Our Heritage

We give thanks everyday to have the honour of calling Papua New Guinea our home since the 1890s when our ancestors came from China and settled in Rabaul. Governor-General Sir Paulias Matane in his 2010 speech at the opening of the new Lae Biscuit Company factory at Kamkung in Lae: “The forefathers of the Chow family were peasant sharecrop farmers from Kaiping County, Guandong province, Southern China,” Sir Paulias said. “One male member was recruited by the New Guinea German colonial government as a personal servant for one of its administration officers at Rabaul in 1895. Two younger brothers followed and settled in Rabaul. The Chow family now has six generations in Papua New Guinea. The family became part and parcel of the history and development of East New Britain and New Ireland provinces. Members of each generation have been active in community affairs and contributed much to the development and advancement of the two provinces.”

Jensen’s father, Joseph Chow, while a Catholic priest, set up schools and medical centres and was a high school teacher in Milne Bay for 7 years. Jensen's grandfather, Gabriel Chow Ying Sing Yip, was the treasurer of the Sacred Heart School in Rabaul. Jensen's great grandfather, Gabriel Chow Ying, was secretary and supervisor of the 1st Catholic Chinese school in Rabaul.

Chow family's contributions to PNG society have been recognized with a knighthood awarded to the late Sir Henry Chow who was Chairman of the National Research Institute, and an MBE was awarded to Joseph Chow.

Jensen’s cousins are managing some of the biggest businesses in PNG- Lae Biscuit, Prima Smallgoods, Chebu Shipping and Coastal Shipping Company.

They also actively contribute to the community:

Adrian Chow, Chairman of the PNG National Rugby League Competition

Fabian Chow, Singapore's Honorary Consul-General in Papua New Guinea, deputy chairman of PNG Ports Ltd, and chairman of the Fresh Produce Development Agency.

Contact

Intro@Paradise.im

 

HEAD OFFICE 

SG Global Services Pte. Ltd.

200713724C

304 Orchard Road

04-14 Lucky Plaza 

Singapore 238863