they have a 50 to 50 ratiio of guys and girls and the girls are mainly canadized asian since i talk to them and english is good and they hard to get. while i just approach this taiwan girl whose been to canada for 4 months and shes so nice and kind. btw we were talking english and i dont speak manadrin dialect at all or very very little. i find its just they more cliqeuy and stick to their own crew and friends since they been there for so long while foreign girls are new and open to making new friends. white and asian guys who do the PU and other that are normal friends or co workers what your experience What's "cbc" .. if she is canadianzed asian girl she wants white guys but the more recent imigrant and tradtional or very fob chinese girl want a chiense guy.
seems like those are the ones i can get and thats all too.
she would want white guys so all her bfs were white. Their parents tend to be traditional, but they are brought up in a western society (schools, friends etc.) and deem it a better way of life.
Okay, so let us pretend for a moment you meet an Asian woman or man - and you are white and born/raised in Canada.
It can be the difference between her making a physical-emotional commitment or not.
Let me clear on one thing with you, seeing as we really want to get to the crux of the situation in the beginning; Chinese women do not really distinguish between physical and emotional commitment; for the most part they look for a male that can fulfill the emotional long-term relationship criteria and then choose to get physical with that male; no matter mainland Chinese women or north American born Chinese women, it's the same result.
Yes, they might still be learning, but you don't need to be constantly correcting their English unless they want that extra help. And it is not the culture that is at stake here, it is your obsession with the different cultural differences and treating them differently because of it that will drive you two apart. Don't watch TV shows like "Fresh Off The Boat" together.
She loves Indian food, Netflix, and funny cat pictures.
This happens quite often amongst young people living in Canada's multicultural cities, but many of these relationships end because they feel they are "too different" and ignores the possibility that these two people might be perfect together, but their cultures won't let them.
So if you want to have a serious relationship with someone who is Asian (or African, or Middle Eastern, or Kryptonian - honestly, these tips will help any couple with a case of Culture Shock Love). Meet their friends first, before you meet their family members. Find the things you have in common - sports you both do, activities you both, a love of art / art galleries, and build upon that connection.
Regardless of your level of knowledge, avoid making a big deal about it.
Your relationship together should not be based on the fact that you already speak semi-fluent Japanese. Don't Correct their English unless they ask you to. The mistakes people make in Culture Shock relationships is that they make a big deal out of the differences, and this plants the idea that you really are too different to be together.