If you ask a Chinese woman to dance, she’s likely to be insulted.In the Chinese culture, many consider it rude just to look someone directly in the eye, cross your arms or legs, or have your hands in your pocket when you are speaking to them. If she smiles at you, it’s probably okay to ask for her cell number.Mainstream dating sites, she says, didn't work.“Although these sites do provide a large pool of candidates, many of them are not of similar background, since most Chinese are not on these sites," said Zhao."In the US, 85% of ethnic Chinese still marry other Chinese, but there is no good platform to connect this group of people.”“Both the process and the notion for dating in Chinese culture is quite different than those of the US and most of the western world,” Anita Tsai of 2Red Beans explained.
In the Chinese culture, casual dating is virtually unheard of.
“For example, many Chinese still consider ‘dating’ a much greater commitment than their US counterpart. They were married 99 days after their first date, and just had their first baby.
Going out with more than one person is not socially acceptable for many.”Does it work?
On the other hand, if you are only seeking women for a series of sexual relationships, look elsewhere.
If you’ve yet to be formally introduced, don’t expect to meet a Chinese woman in the typical American fashion; staring, trying to catch her eye from across the room, or even smiling can be considered rude.