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Relationship Advice

Finding the top Asian dating sites

Joining one of the top Asian dating sites can be a fabulous new adventure. You’ll likely meet lots of new people, and if you’re lucky, you might even find the love of your life. However, there are lots of sites out there to choose from. How do you know which ones are worth your time?

Online dating

Online dating is a little less confusing than dating the old-fashioned way, but only by a little bit. This is probably because there are so many different sites out there. If you’re looking for something specific, the choice can be even more difficult.

Before you decide on one of the top Asian dating sites, it helps to figure out what type of dating you are interested in. Yes, we know you want to meet Asian women, but what is your dating style? Ask yourself these questions, and remember there are no wrong answers:

  • Are you looking for love or do you just want to date casually?
  • How easily can you strike up a conversation with a new person?
  • Are you comfortable chatting online and then meeting in person?
  • Are you willing to travel to another country to meet your online love?
  • Are you really interested in Asian cultures and people or do you have a fetish?

Once you’ve figured all that out, it is time to get to work on selecting the dating site. Here are some tips on finding one that will work for you:

  • Is the site reputable? Check user reviews and scam whistle-blowing sites.
  • Do you know anyone who has used this dating site?
  • Do they offer a free trial?
  • Does the site look professional?
  • Do you feel comfortable with the online profile questions?

Now that you’ve given this some thought, go ahead and get started. Good luck!

Chemistry on the first date with Asian singles

Are you dating Asian singles?  Going on a first date – and sometimes even a second date – can be a flurry of emotions complete with butterflies in the stomach.  How do you know if that feeling is good chemistry or just that spicy food you ate for dinner?

First date

Here are some telltale signs that the chemistry is good:

  • You’re a little nervous – but in a good way!  It’s good to be a little nervous thinking about the date.  A positive level of curiosity and excitement is a good sign, especially when you are going out with someone new.  This is especially true for those you’ve been corresponding with online and meeting for the very first time in person.
  • You soon relax.  You might be nervous for the first few minutes of the date, but you’ll soon relax and really enjoy yourself.  After the giggling, nervous smiles, and breaking the ice with small talk, you both will become more comfortable and truly enjoy each other’s company.
  • You’re still curious.  If there is a mutual attraction, you’ll both feel curious about the other.  Asking questions and uncovering things you have in common are all part of the fun.  The first date is all about exchanging information, so enjoy it.
  • There’s a kiss.  Although you might have heard that Asian singles don’t kiss on the first date, that isn’t always true.  If you get a kiss at the end of the night, you know you’re on the right track.  Just remember to take it slow and respect her culture and values.

Asian dating literature discussion: I Am China

When you’re dating someone, especially long-distance Asian dating, you’re going to want to find out a lot about each other.  What are your common interests?  Do you enjoy the same movies?  What about books? Woman

Even if you haven’t read any of the same books, literature can be a fascinating topic when dating. If you’re Asian dating, you might want to read books about China or those written by Chinese authors.  This can help you develop a true and deeper appreciation for the culture.  That’s why we’re giving you a heads up on a new book…

In Xiaolu Guo’s latest novel, I Am China, the author asks some rather potent questions, such as how far an artist should go.  As you are probably aware, China’s political environment is a lot different than most countries in the West.  In an authoritarian state like China, is art always political?  Is it always propaganda?  Guo goes even further to ask what the responsibilities of the artist actually are and where one’s individuality exists.

At the heart of the novel is Kublai Jian, an underground punk rocker living in Beijing just after the events at Tiananmen Square.  He falls in love with a young poet, Deng Mu, and a story unfolds across continents, years, and belief structures.  The reader observes their story through letters and diary entries being sorted and translated by a publisher.

As the story unfolds, the reader is ultimately immersed into the dilemma that many Chinese artists face even to this day: should they take a stand or not?  Many individuals feel the pressure to preserve family, tradition, and culture while simultaneously desiring to express their individuality and creativity.  This book is sure to inspire a lot of interesting conversations.

Asian dating: “I’ll call you”

In Asian dating or any other kind of dating, hearing the words “I’ll call you” can lead to a strange sensation in the pit of your stomach.  In fact, there might never be another phrase on earth that is more simultaneously dreaded and yearned for.

Phone With Red Heart

What is it about this little phrase that inspires such mixed feelings in so many people?  If a woman wants to go out on a date or see a particular suitor again, these three little words evoke feelings of hope, wonder, and possibility.  On the other hand, these same women might also be experiencing dread, fear, and self-doubt.  Why?

There’s no surefire way of knowing if he really means that he will call. Is he just saying that he wants to see you again?  Often, love hopefuls will wait by the phone or check their cell phone relentlessly in the days following the date.  In Asian dating, the suspense can be even more intense when it involves suitors a world away.

What should you do when someone utters these words to you?

The first thing you should do is to take it easy.  Often, women think that the guy just isn’t into them if he hasn’t called within the first 24 hours.  In the same case, the guy might just be waiting for the right time to call.  We think that if the follow-up call hasn’t been made within a week, it is time to let it go and move on.  Remember, if someone really wants to see you again, they’ll make it happen.  Don’t pine away with the “what ifs.”