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Hong Kong being such global place, filled with so many expats married or in a relationship with individuals of Asian descent, my husband and I “fit in” again. Just the other day, I was waiting for my husband while he got his hair cut.The salon was located in a very “expat heavy” part of Hong Kong, and while most of the workers at the salon were Chinese, much of the clientele were not.
Her vet has no problem pronouncing her Chinese-Jewish hyphenate name, and the other cats only tease her because of that one time she fell into the toilet.) Though such interactions as the one above have been relatively few in my 10-year relationship with my now husband, I’d be lying if I said they didn’t happen. Living in Hawai’i was the most unremarkable my husband and I had ever felt in our marriage. The “worst” I ever got was a sincere question from a coworker asking me, “Is it ever hard for your husband to relate to your Chinese parents? I met my first Jewish person in graduate school.” It was in Japan that the reactions to our marriage in some ways intensified.
And a lot of Asian men either have baby faces or feminine features. How many Asian men do you know that can grow facial hair? While I do love brown eyes, it's usually only if the man has blond hair. And that includes in his professional life, his relationships with others and his romantic life. Maybe Asian men do have some "shortcomings" in the genital area.
Ok, call me weird, but brown eyes with blond hair is a big turn-on. I am simply not attracted to them enough to find out.
I think it’s about independence; when im dating a Chinese guy, I feel like im not a person, im half a person.
But with a foreign guy, I feel like we’re two individuals with our own personalities and our own lives, who will always be there for each other.
But when you look around, how often do you see Asian men with white or foreign women?
Does it only happen in the popular show The Walking Dead?
One good friend of mine, let’s call her Sophie, has been working in China for four years.
On the subject of dating, she told me "after 4 years without a relationship, I still don’t want a Chinese guy".
Of course, I’m thinking purely on stereotypes here, but It’s not just western girls who have given up on Chinese guys.
I spoke to Alice, a local girl who dates exclusively foreigners, to learn more about the shortcomings of Chinese men. What do you think are the main differences between Chinese guys and foreign guys?
Most people assume I can’t understand Cantonese when they hear my American English. Hong Kong women, ABC women, they all want to hook up with those white guys. But what it did make me think about was the fact that no matter where I live, no matter where I go, there are always people that notice my marriage.