That kind of quality, one of my interviewees said, is typical of Chinese men who care a lot about having a stable job, a home and being able to afford luxury brands.She also said, of the Western men that she's dated, that they have a wider view of life.All of the women said that the guys they've dated are honest and someone they can really trust.Several also mentioned that they like the fact that they're dating a guy, not his whole family.But there one downside to not having parents heavily involved in your relationships: Western parents won't do all of the things Chinese parents do as a matter of course: Buy him a house or be your live-in nanny if you have kids.
They won't want someone who lives just to climb the career ladder and spend all their waking hours working on business projects.
She dated a few guys from around the globe and says that she didn't have to hide the fact that she had a child and her now-fiancé, is a part of the girl's life.
Having dated a couple of Chinese guys, Michelle ended up dating a foreigner.
I reached out to half a dozen Chinese women, all with Western boyfriends and husbands, to find out more on their feelings towards their relationships as well as the challenges that come with it.
This is nowhere near a comprehensive study, but I enjoyed hearing what they had to say about their Western partners including the joys and challenges of the relationship.
A good deal of more mature women, even previously married ones, are dating foreign men because, with them, they have another chance at love.