Dating was not part of my plan, so when it happened, I was completely unprepared for it.
Looking back, I would have loved to know what I was getting myself into or at least some advice on navigating Chinese dating culture.
This post will explore the in’s and out’s of game for brown men, exploring both the causes and the solutions for their problems with dating interracially.
Full disclosure before we proceed: I am an extremely Westernised brown guy from a non-Indian background, but am mistaken for one half the time so I consider myself qualified to help my fellow brown men out.
I am an American female and began an international graduate program this January here in the US.
Most of my classmates are foreign and I’ve gotten the attention from a Chinese male.
As showcased by the once endless stream of “Do girls from X country like Indian men?
One of the most common insecurities among brown guys asking for game advice is that non-brown girls and in particular, white girls are racist against brown men in terms of dating.
The basics are the same—people are people everywhere—but there are still a few differences regarding culture and social cues to note.
Because of China’s rigorous college entrance examination, dating is rarely tolerated among high school students. That doesn’t mean that Chinese teens don’t have high school crushes or even relationships (mostly secret ones).
Here are some of our insights about dating Chinese guys: Chinese guys, with pressure from their parents and coming from a different culture of dating, by-and-large date to marry.
So much so, that my husband didn't ask to date me, he asked me to be with him for the rest of his life. Compared to most of their Western counterparts, Chinese men start thinking about marriage much earlier in the relationship.
If their child’s significant other doesn’t meet with the parents’ approval, continuing the relationship will be very difficult.