Chinese women would definitely appreciate a guy who is interested about where she grew up. Whether your date is Chinese or not, it is always appropriate to pay for the meal. However, if she would insist on going “Dutch” where the two of you split the bill, then do so.
Make sure to bring her back home safely and walk her to her door.
Further, you may be surprised that she will reject you the first time when you ask her out.
This is somewhat normal thanks to her upbringing, so you might have to beat around the bush a lot more to get her comfortable before she agrees to meet you somewhere in person.
The potential for misunderstanding is just too high if you are both not fluent in the language and also new to the culture.
Once a single bad misunderstanding has occurred, you’ve probably lost your chance with the girl, even if she later comes to realize that you meant to say something else; the awkward feelings will more than likely linger between you.
Even if you only plan on something casual and don’t want to get in a serious relationship, Asian girls tend to be more shy about the subject of sex, so save all of that for when you’re actually in private and in the bedroom.
However, if the girl speaks English, but your Chinese is not very good, just go ahead and text in English.
Chinese women are well known for their fair, porcelain skin and neat appearance.
It is not easy dating someone from a totally different country, much more someone from a very rich culture and tradition. They adhere to the culture they have grown up with along with the values that their mothers and grandmothers have taught them. Here are some basic tips in dating a Chinese woman for every man who has set their eyes on one.
If you want to ask her out to tea and feel that she’s ready to say yes, skip the innuendos and tell her in a very literal way.
Lots of Westerners have the temptation to be “clever” when they talk to girls, but this does not always translate well.