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Women of China “date” to find a mate for life – not just to test the waters and never just to satisfy a temporary need.To the Chinese, dating is serious business about a lifelong commitment.
Unlike some other young couples, Jean said, they talked a lot about serious topics, including Chinese politics.
“I wondered how he thought as a foreigner,” she said, and her ex wanted to know the same.
well , from my experience i truly can say i like Chinese girls (no matter , i also met some very bad Chinese girls ) ,something about them, what you should know before u date a girl from China :what they like ?
-romantic-cute gifts - safety man - dinner with their lovers -traveling - movies - kind people- learning languages - KT V- Japanese cartoons - when you remember her birthday and all small or important details about them you shouldn't do , when you are with Chinese girl - try your best to not be rude to her- never be playboy , they really hate it , they will never forgive you- bad jokes about them in front of others - when man saying bad words ( no matter to whom )- never say something bad about their parents (they will hate you)- don't talk about politics with them (no comment )- don't lie about love , if you don't love her , don't tell '' I LOVE YOU''-don't say something bad about Chinese people , they will think u are racist- they really hate when their BF have no time for them - never talk about your personal life with her till you really love or going to be with her forever .
For western men, the ideal lifelong partner is, on top of being someone they love, a woman they can completely trust, respect, and take pride in.
And these ladies are, without a doubt, the complete package.She said her current boyfriend is “too young, too naive” (a reference to a 2000 press conference in which former Chinese president Jiang Zemin criticized a reporter who asked a tough question) thanks to the “one-sided” China news he learned from western media.Her boyfriend is always reading some “banned stuff” on the internet, she said, and then recklessly talking about it on the street in Shanghai. The “banned stuff” includes the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre, the Dalai Lama, Falun Gong, and violence in Muslim-majority Xinjiang region, topics which are heavily censored by the Great Firewall.A recent Chinese propaganda campaign about national security uses a comic called “Dangerous Love” to warn Chinese women not to date foreigners.Li, a college graduate who works for the government, meets red-haired, beak-nosed David, who claims he is an academic, at a friend’s gathering.When she told her father about the German, his response was “Be careful, he may be a spy.” She found later there was absolutely nothing to worry about, as the German showed little knowledge about China. He’s interested in China’s recent history and hopes to discuss it with Sally.But this isn’t a topic Sally feels comfortable talking about.During a date, he declared “Mao is a dictator,” Xu recalled.It was interesting at first for Xu to learn about Spanish culture from her ex-boyfriend, she said, especially after feeling she had nothing to talk about with Chinese guys in her age because “everything is familiar.” But the remark about China’s former leader, Mao Zedong, was too alien, she said. She’s not happy about the word “dictator,” because that makes Mao the equivalent to Adolf Hitler or Joseph Stalin, Xu explained.The real “danger” of love between a Chinese woman and a foreign man is that it doesn’t ultimately go anywhere, the women I talked to said.The opposing political views of May Xu, 24, who works for a Spanish head hunting firm in Shanghai, and her Spanish ex-boyfriend, who she met at work, were reflected in just one sentence.