And chinese dating
I don't know why that man even bothered asking out someone he's verbally abused, but some men are like that, I suppose.I have no doubt Chinese men are equally capable of such reprehensible behavior, but I have yet to experience it.That was probably the worst verbal abuse I've ever received from a potential date (only, come to think of it), and I calmly used logic and dignity to reply to his anger.He later hounded me and hounded me for a date, but I turned him down just as firmly and politely.
Thought to contribute to peace and stability, it was the dominant custom into the latter half of the 20th century.
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Assuming you're referring to dating Chinese people from the PRC, and American people from America, and remembering that we're all individuals- here goes my personal (and hence limited) experience: Chinese dates: Obviously, these aren't indicative of everyone in those groups- but there is a prevailing attitude thanks to a different cultural climate.
I think it's also interesting that a Chinese man has never cussed me out for politely turning down a date, whereas one particular American has called me a "bitch", "whore", and "slut", before telling me "all Chinese girls are like that".
I think it is a combination of his culture combined with being male haha.