Westerners dating taiwanese women in taiwan
And that comes back to the Pulp Fiction analogy and why it reminds me of Taiwanese girls.
The joke is clear: She is in the wrong because she forgot to do the one thing that he requires her to do.
Of course, when Taiwanese girls do get bad press there may well be some foundation to it, but, there again, many foreign men get bad press in dating circles too—and not all of them are bad…, right?
The next century into the 2000s continued with this transformation and, together with the Island’s democratisation, meant that Taiwanese girls became more visually socially, more independent and more demanding of relationships, yet still constrained by traditional family, societal and Confucian values.
All in all, given this backdrop and mix, Taiwanese girls can, perhaps, be described as a “blend” of the women of several Asian countries.
Still, depending on which article or blog post you are reading and, to be fair from whose viewpoint the piece is being written from, a number of key character traits reoccur when men are talking about Taiwanese girls; these include: However, there are clearly two sides to every argument and many a foreigner has had far better things to say about Taiwanese girls—after all, if the girls were all bad all of the time, there would be no mixed race long term dating or marriages between—and there are plenty of them, believe me!
In fact, I know of a number of foreign men who live in Taipei who believe that dating Taiwanese girls is well worthwhile and more rewarding than dating other East Asian girls.