Western men dating chinese women
They are supposedly considerate to women, romantic, and good in bed.
Western men are thought to be well-educated, easy-going, humorous, polite, confident and independent.
The way in which Chinese women perceive western men is based on their usually vague understanding of western culture.
Generally speaking, western men have some advantages in Chinese women's eyes, such as the idea that western men are usually tall and strong, and that most of them like sports.
Chen, a 27-year-old woman who shuttles between Chicago and China for her software startup who only wanted to use her last name, was dating someone eight years her junior in her most recent relationship.
Older men always prioritize other things in their lives over romantic relationships, Chen said, but “this would never happen with little puppies.” One time, she recalled, her little-puppy ex skipped class in high school for a whole week, and flew from Seattle to Hong Kong to keep her company during her business trip. She theorized that dating a younger man brings out the best out of both parties in the relationship because they both end up setting higher standards for themselves.
Lilac wants to date a “little puppy,” because, as she puts it, he would be “the exact opposite of the guys around me, including my boyfriend.”The 25-year-old, who works at a Shanghai-based online publication and only wants to be identified by her English name, said that her boyfriend doesn’t compliment her enough on her looks.
A little puppy, on the other hand, would always know to tell her, “You are the best.” After their latest argument, the two decided to take a break from their year-long relationship.
One said her boyfriend always demands that they sleep face-to-face while cuddling.
Just like Japanese women, who were once proud of marrying men from the United States, which defeated Japan during World War II, some Chinese women worship the national strength of western countries and believe that all western guys are rich.