Re: How to meet a good Chinese girlfriend?
Posted by: Ponpon
Date: April 02, 2009 02:23AM
Emm, I am a Chinese girl in university, have met some foreigners, but have no chance to know their minds well, just friends say hi and talk about common topics. They’re here just for short time and we all have different lives. They behave nice.
Here are my opinions, just mine.
Though more and more Chinese girls don't care about age, the traditional girls still care. From traditional view, 42 vs 27 matters a lot.
Just because people in different age have different background, I mean generation gaps. So actually not the age matters, but do you share the same (or similar) opinions to things? If not , do you two always appreciate others opinions even you don’t agree with? I mean, is there chemistry between you two, not just from your part? Whatever, if she is a nice girl, she deserves your chasing effort, don’t hesitate, and just go ahead!!!!
Ah, from what you said, there’s possibility she is a traditional girl. Then Mr. Uberche is absolutely right that, patience is the key.
Wish you good luck
> I think the advice you've given is good. I live in
> Shandong province. I have been in China only three
> weeks, and I like a woman who is another teacher
> here. She's very smart and has a masters degree in
> economics. Not married, and I don't think she has
> a BF. I'm don't know if there could be anything
> there. I asked her to be my teacher once, but she
> refused. She said she'd teach me at school, but
> she wanted time to rest at home. Her friend
> admitted to me it was really because maybe it's
> not so good for Chinese women to go around at
> night with foreigners like that.
> How would I let her know how I feel? Would it ruin
> my relationships at school if I did? Would it
> really matter anyway, or is there no way she'd
> ever be interested in me? Another factor that
> would probably work against me is that I'm 42 and
> she's 27. What do others think?