She uses this opportunity to complain about both men and women from China and abroad, implicating everyone for their part in contributing to her plight.
Stephanie begins by establishing the first rule to learn about dating in Shanghai: Expat men are “spoiled by choice” by “a frenzy of dating as many local women as they possibly can with absolutely no commitment to any of them”.
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That’s exactly what Nian Hu wrote over The Crimson, citing data that show all men, except Asians, have an affinity for pursuing Asian women on a romantic level. Hu said the answer depends on whom you ask, and in essence, this is true.
In as much as fetish is subjective, so does its lesser form called preference.
Incapable of repelling sexual advances due to being “inhibited about their sexuality” and a “submissive nature in the bedroom”, Stephanie describes Chinese women as Shanghai’s renewable resource that keeps replenishing the carnal needs of its dating pool, “ensuring that most Western men here are never short on sex”.
If part of the problem is that Chinese women aren’t able to say “no”, the other half is that Chinese men aren’t able to ask the question.
Perhaps Stephanie needs to raise the plight of expat women in China by taking expat men down a peg.
After all, she did write “[expat women] have to accept their singleness or grow old waiting for white guys to come to their senses”.
I moved to Zhuhai, China a single man, a 29-year-old with goals and ideals in one hand and a combo of uncertainty mixed with instincts in the other.
I was facing 11 months abroad, and for one such instinct—for romance and sex—I wanted to make a conscious effort to handle it right.
Oftentimes, we see the picture of a white man going great lengths to win an Asian woman’s heart (or body), but there’s apparently more than meets the eye.