The topic is a perennial favorite on Chinese forums and Weibo.

i think this highlights a problem with chinese culture. people are people, therefore we need sex and should be allowed to be honest with each other and have honest relationship. Apr 15, 2015 Ive learned quite a bit about Chinese women in the past month from an African fella who speaks very good Chinese and has been here for 5 years.

but china puts a chasity belt on women and brainwashes them into thinking they are whores if they have sex outside of love. I see you and raise Jap AV, Sola Aoi, Pink Barbershops and Weibo. This person is sleeping with various random chinese women on a regular basis.

With these thoughts in mind, remember that the cross-cultural street goes both ways.

If you’re dating a Chinese person and you are really interested in making it work, it’s imperative to remember and respect their cultural background and influences; but don’t let yours get swept away and forgotten in the process.

Whether you consider this unfair or not, Chinese parents do not want their daughter or son to become a leftover woman or man, and they’ll take great pains to avoid it, even if it means deliberately sabotaging a relationship.

That being said, if you are able to provide that stability, even if you are a foreigner, you will have a much easier time with the potential in-laws.

The parents get a say in the matter, if not out-right organize the whole relationship.

On top of this, the parents are also heavily influenced by their neighbors and siblings and grandparents and the security guard and the vegetable lady they buy xincai from, right on up to Xi Jinping himself.

Hopefully, if you keep all these ideas in mind, you’ll be able to understand your cross-cultural partner a little bit better, leading to much happier relationships, in whatever form, in the future. between my students who feel ok with talking to me about their private matters and my friends, they have come across many chinese guys just looking for sex .