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Originally posted by indiefan at 2010-6-7 17:56
You are of course, entitled to your opinion ...
Chinese women are interested in men
from "other clans" because they are sick of dealing with
narrow minded men such as yourself.
I wish that was the case. But, haven't you noticed
that women of such nature practically have no Chinese friends? Or,
if they do, then those Chinese friends of theirs are but a bunch of fakes?
I mean you can read them like an open book because Chinese are
not good at keeping thing bottled up in the inside.
I have talked to many Chinese girls, it is men
like you who drive them away from Chinese men, in general,
and into the arms of men from other countries.
As I said, those are not Chinese girls. The title
"Chinese girl" is not a right but a well earnt and deserving
entitlement. Now please remember that.
But lets get real,
we are all human beings at the
end of the day.
Again as I said elsewhere: God didn't
separated the human species with massive ocean and
mountain divides and harsh deadly deserts if he had intended
for them to merge as a single species...
I could walk around my campus, filled with 8000
girls ages 18-23, and likely not find a single girl who would give you
the time of day based on the posts you have made.
O'h Christ! I've pasted that eras of my life. On my days,
the girls of my circle which includes Taiwanese, Japan, Korea, South
East Asian (Malaysian Chinese to be precise), HongKers, all of which every
dude in campus would kill for somehow find me extremely interesting... What's more
striking is that all of them were of the same frame of mind as that of myself -
- racial-wise... I mean it's all about how Chinese or how East Asian
they are and some are more East Asian than another...
Damn! It's so tough to put it so
that it won't sound discriminative because, like it or not,
this world is very discriminating
Stop blaming foreign men and stop
looking for reasons as to why Chinese women choose
westerners, and look within yourself.
I do accept that there are cracks in every social group
and, slipping through the social cracks is a disease that afflicts each
and every social group but for those who does slip through those cracks
however, they can have it both ways, they are either a foreigner or they are
Chinese and if and when they had deserted their own world, they
then are not entitled to call themselves Chinese again.
[ Last edited by edisonone at 2010-6-7 07:24 PM ]