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Chinese exhibits

Chinese dating site date idea: the Met

If you belong to a Chinese dating site, you might be interested in a sneak peek at the upcoming exhibit at the Met in New York City entitled “China: Through the Looking Glass”.

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The exhibit, which is scheduled to open on May 7, will give visitors a look at how profoundly Chinese culture has inspired both Chinese natives and outsiders over the centuries. If you will be in New York City during its run, why not take someone you’ve met through that Chinese dating site?

“China: Through the Looking Glass” will likely be of great interest to those who love costume and design. The Met’s Costume Institute, in conjunction with the Department of Asian Art, is presenting the show. This multi-disciplinary approach is atypical for the museum.

The exhibit will feature dresses and other fashion items, artifacts, and some filmic components. The filmic aspect of the exhibit takes a very interesting approach; it focuses on the stereotypical Asian woman on screen, who tends to be portrayed as either the lotus blossom or the dragon lady.

If you plan to be in New York City this spring, you might want to check out this exciting exhibit at the Met! If you do go, it will definitely give you plenty to discuss with that special someone you’ve met from China.

Asian dating through the Waves of Identity

If Asian dating or anything else brings you to New York City between now and March 2015, you might want to check out “Waves of Identity: 35 Years of Archiving” at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA). The exhibit runs from September 25th to March 1st and focuses on Chinese American history.

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The exhibition features more than 200 different objects and stories categorized across eight sections, all highlighted by some provocative questions: where does Chinatown end? What does it mean to be Chinese? How do you become an American? The exhibit is all inquiry-based and can spark some real conversation among those who are participating in Asian dating.

Visitors will find answers to the questions posed by searching through the archived objects and materials. Although the featured documents, videos, oral histories and artifacts all embody and evoke the lives of Chinese Americans throughout New York City, the exhibit really does speak well beyond the borders of Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs.

Even if you’re not currently involved in Asian dating, this exhibit is well worth your time, so if you find yourself in New York City, don’t miss out! You can find MOCA at 215 Centre Street in New York City. Work up an appetite, then head deep into Chinatown to enjoy some of the best Chinese food that can be found anywhere in the United States!

Seattle’s Bruce Lee exhibit perfect for Chinese dating

You might be wondering what Chinese dating and Bruce Lee have to do with each other, but they are actually more connected than you think. Although many girls you’re interested in dating might not really be into Kung Fu movies or be big Bruce Lee fans, he might be of interest to you.

Bruce Lee statue

Bruce Lee was one of the most famous Kung Fu stars in the world, and Seattle’s Wing Luke Museum is putting on an amazing exhibit focusing on the actor’s time in the city. The exhibit, which is called “Do You Know Bruce?” features a wide range of Lee memorabilia including letters, poems and photos. Although the marital arts star wasn’t a top student – he only achieved a 1.84 GPA at the University of Washington in 1962 – he was considered a genius in his field.

It is worth mentioning that this exhibit is pretty rare; the only other exhibit pertaining to Bruce Lee is in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong exhibit is definitely one to check out, so if you are ever there, be sure to visit.

If your Chinese dating brings you to Seattle for any reason, you might want to visit the Wing Luke Museum. The Bruce Lee exhibit will be showcased across three different installments over a period of three years. The first installment focuses on Lee in his hometown, the second on his five Kung Fu movies and the final on his life as an artist.