First dates with Chinese ladies are really no different than any other first dates you might have had. You will both be well groomed and nervous. You both might notice some awkward silences. You might have sweaty palms, and she might experience a giggling fit. All of these are normal reactions to a first date.
However, you should be careful not to let your first date suffer too many excruciating silences. It’s a nerve-wracking time that produces plenty of anxiety.but there are some ways you can ensure a good time. Your conversation will probably cover the basics such as what you each do for a living, where you grew up, and what food you like, but there’s a lot more you can discuss. Here are some great questions to keep the conversation flowing:
- What really makes you laugh?
- What’s your favorite movie of all time? Why?
- Do you have a nickname? What’s the story behind it?
- What were you like as a child?
- What is your favorite place in the world?
While it is a good idea to ask lots of questions to keep things interesting, it’s also important to keep a few guidelines in mind because there is such a thing as talking too much on a first date. Here’s what to remember:
- Don’t ask questions that are too personal or too sensitive. You can get to these things later.
- Don’t dump too much information onto your date.
- Listen just as much as you speak – or even more.
Now that you have a little background on conversation for your first date with Chinese ladies, it’s time to put that knowledge to the test. Good luck!