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For western men, the ideal lifelong partner is, on top of being someone they love, a woman they can completely trust, respect, and take pride in.And these ladies are, without a doubt, the complete package.If work or extended travel takes your family to China, it is important to have a working knowledge of Chinese customs and how these customs differ from American customs.This is especially important if you have teenage kids, because Chinese dating and marriage customs can be very different from those in the U. American teenagers are used to a dating culture where neither partner usually considers marriage until both partners are much older.She has every right to share what happened and voice her own opinions.What does bother me, however, is how she presents the information. It was also a blind date — which, as anyone will tell you, can be a thorny situation no matter where in the world that date happens.Singles dating traditions in China are still geared towards the idea that dating is for the purpose of finding spouse, marrying, and having children to create an inter-generational family.

You can bare your soul to her and you won’t be afraid that she won’t accept you.She titled the post “On Dating Chinese Men.” A title like that suggests that the author is bringing a great deal of experience to her topic — that perhaps she has dated a number of Chinese men, or at least dated one long enough to get a better sense of the dating culture, and she wants to tell others about that overall experience. Now, she does preface this date as her “first Chinese date,” suggesting she probably did have more than one experience.But if that is the case, then why doesn’t she write about more of her dating experiences in the post?She misleads people by titling it “On Dating Chinese Men” — when it really ought to be called “My Bad First Date With a Chinese Man.” But here’s another thing that really troubles me.When you do a Google Search for “dating Chinese men” (with the quotation marks), her post comes up as the number one result.To be fair, I give her credit for going on a date with a Chinese man.