TODAY ONLINE - May 2 - Facebook dating feature has been available since last year in Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Mexico and Thailand, and it was expanded this week to include 14 more countries in the South-east Asian and South American region. Besides Singapore, other countries are Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam. In South America, the feature will be made available to Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Uruguay. Once a user has signed up for a profile, he or she will see suggested matches on the Facebook Dating page, which will show other users who have opted to use the service. The suggested matches will show the profiles of people who are not from the user's list of "Friends" or "Friends of Friends". However, a user may choose to view the profiles of people from his or her "Friends of Friends" list. Once a user is interested in a match, he or she may send a text message to the other person. A user is allowed to send a message to another Facebook Dating user only once, but may continue the conversation if the other party responds.