Of dating chinese
It’s a time to be permanently on your best behaviour and you certainly don’t want any of that cross-cultural chaos which sometimes strikes at new “datees”.
It’s a time to try and impress her; time to listen and share things that you have in common with your new love.
So we’ve gotten a few questions lately about dating in China.
It’s an interesting topic that hits on a lot of key cultural touchpoints, so I want to take a few minutes to talk about this.
By Katherine Chong In America, the Chinese community is represented by all walks of life – educated and unschooled, Buddhist and Christian, immigrant and American-born, first generation to sixth.
That kind of quality, one of my interviewees said, is typical of Chinese men who care a lot about having a stable job, a home and being able to afford luxury brands.
She also said, of the Western men that she's dated, that they have a wider view of life.
Matters progress nicely and, after a while, you arrange to meet (or meet again) your new Chinese girlfriend for a date…
oh-oh, a four letter word that can send chills into the heart of most men.