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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby Satellite TV » 02 Feb 2012, 22:51

PassionforTruth wrote:No I didn't date in the 1970's. It's just common knowledge that women back then were more natural, sincere and wholesome.

I don't know who Winston Wu is. What does that person have to do with my question? It sounds like a lot of you are speaking from stereotypes here rather than actual experience. That's very prejudiced of you. So what's the conclusion now?


You are speaking from stereotypes and lack actual experience about women in the 70's. Very wrong of you.

The woman in the 70's didnt have a 3G Wireless phone where they can instantly google you or find you on facebook linkedin and other sites to find out your scammy details. Real people avoid any of these sites in the first place as they are known to be targetted by spammers. Women actually spent time talking with you and dating with you and nobody needed to go to an online site to get laid.

The conclusion is you post just like Winston Wu. :2cents:
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby darktoad » 17 Aug 2012, 17:07

PassionforTruth wrote:I used this free dating site called DateinAsia. Any of you use it too? I've met a lot of high quality women from China through it. But the Taiwanese women rarely ever write me back, and if they do, they are only polite and write bland things. They never offer to meet me or show personal interest.

But the girls in China write me everyday and show high interest. The difference is astounding. I used to think girls were the same in China and Taiwan. But now I know they are clearly not. Can anyone explain why they are different?

Any of you who have been to China want to comment?

Yeah. I'll quote on this. I found that some Taiwanese will write back, and some Chinese will also write back. I did meet one Chinese person through dateinasia and I also met another online who wants to meet me, but we live in different cities. So it's hard. But I'll say one thing for sure. Most Chinese people and most Taiwanese people won't even respond to me. If they do, it's just a bunch of vague things that they say. I don't even know why some of them even use the site when they seriously have no interest.

PassionforTruth wrote:By, the way, I'm a Chinese American, which is considered a hot item in China, much more than it is in Taiwan. So maybe that's a factor too.
If you are Chinese American and you go to China, they will respect you as if you are one of them. All you have to do is speak Chinese pride and they will love you. Just say "I may be raised in America, but I am damn proud to be Chinese. Long live chairman Mao". Just speak highly of the nation and be proud. In your conversations about Taiwan, just tell the Chinese what they wanna hear. When it comes to western media, just tell them that being ethnic Chinese you have a gene inside you which only Chinese have that allow you to see "the truth".

You won't have to tell them half the stuff I mentioned. But if you tell them what they wanna hear, and considering the fact that in their eyes you are part of their superior race. You will be respected.

The reason being Chinese American may not be as much as a hot item in Taiwan is because Taiwanese likely believe that all the worlds people are one people. It's only the skin color that's different. I'm sure some Taiwanese may be racist to a certain point. But most foreigners who have been to Taiwan almost always say how great the "people" are. If I had the necessary qualifications to get the work permit/ARC and everything to teach in Taiwan, I'd already be there.
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby bumclouds » 17 Aug 2012, 21:22

PassionforTruth wrote:No I didn't date in the 1970's. It's just common knowledge that women back then were more natural, sincere and wholesome.

I don't know who Winston Wu is. What does that person have to do with my question?

It sounds like a lot of you are speaking from stereotypes here rather than actual experience. That's very prejudiced of you.

Sorry to rock your boat, but some of these Chinese ladies I've talked to own their own import/export business. And others got an MBA degree in California, before returning to China. How do you explain that?

Furthermore, most of them said they prefer to live in China rather than the USA or Taiwan. How do you explain that?

It sounds like the data doesn't fit into your stereotypes and prejudices.


Which data?
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby skoster » 19 Aug 2012, 12:51

What specifically are you looking for in a companion? Taiwanese and Chinese are not all there are in the world, there are Persians, Americans, Brits, etc. So please allow me to expand the scope and make some recommendations for you.

Proper breeding is important of course. I'll limit my discussion to those who are accustomed to a reasonable lifestyle, ones who would know to groom themselves and get enough beauty sleep in order to look their best. No difficult eating habits such as vegetarianism, but not so picky as to expect caviar every night.

Keeping all that in mind, here are some possibilities:

If you want loving and affectionate, you might want to meet her.

If physical beauty is more important, you might want to look at her.

Good luck, and I applaud you on so carefully evaluating your choices before you jump in, after all this relationship could last many years and it would be a shame if you found out later you preferred a different breed... Er, nationality.
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby fh2000 » 19 Aug 2012, 13:22

Half of my family married Taiwanese and half married Chinese women. I have yet to come up with a generalization. Women are women, whether they are blue, or red.
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby Zla'od » 19 Aug 2012, 18:55

Maybe with a larger sample size....
"In the Legislative Yuan, Chu has the option of attending meetings as the KMT chair or the mayor of New Taipei City. When asked if it would be awkward to be in that position, Chu used a baseball reference and said that today he may be the pitcher and tomorrow he may be the catcher." http://www.chinapost.com.tw/taiwan/nati ... ent-of.htm
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby Belgian Pie » 19 Aug 2012, 19:00

It sure seems like it. I've corresponded with women in mainland China and they seem a LOT more sincere, serious, straightforward and authentic, like girls were in the 1970's. They have not been corrupted with narcissism like Taiwan and the US have.


Are you serious? Try city girls! Especially from Shanghai.
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby steelersman » 19 Aug 2012, 19:26

PassionforTruth wrote:It sure seems like it. I've corresponded with women in mainland China and they seem a LOT more sincere, serious, straightforward and authentic, like girls were in the 1970's. They have not been corrupted with narcissism like Taiwan and the US have.

I used this free dating site called DateinAsia. Any of you use it too? I've met a lot of high quality women from China through it. But the Taiwanese women rarely ever write me back, and if they do, they are only polite and write bland things. They never offer to meet me or show personal interest.

But the girls in China write me everyday and show high interest. The difference is astounding. I used to think girls were the same in China and Taiwan. But now I know they are clearly not. Can anyone explain why they are different?

Any of you who have been to China want to comment?

By, the way, I'm a Chinese American, which is considered a hot item in China, much more than it is in Taiwan. So maybe that's a factor too.

Also, when I was in college, I noticed that students from mainland China seemed more relaxed and easygoing than the ones from Taiwan or Hong Kong.

However, the Chinese have a reputation for being repressed, cold and cliquish. So how do you explain that?

Any insights or experiences?


As soon as those Chinese women get their permanent residency in the US, they will likely serve you with divorce papers. Many men have learned this the hard way.
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby Belgian Pie » 19 Aug 2012, 19:29

An acquaintance of mine married a Chinese woman, bought an apartment in China ... than he got divorce papers served!
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Re: Are mainland China girls better than Taiwan girls?

Postby steelersman » 19 Aug 2012, 21:23

In response to the OP, there are quite a few Taiwanese ladies supporting their western husbands in Taiwan. In a decent share of relationships, it seems that the Taiwanese woman is the one with the steady paycheck. Some foreign men end up as the stay at home dads.
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