Discussion » Nonsense » Chinese girls and Western girls how to make friend

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:
    <p>I have this question for a long time.</p> <p>I know how to communicate with chinese girls, chinese boy, western boys, BUT not western girls!!!!!</p> <p>Sometimes when i go out I do talked with some western girls, but problem is if you dont starts talk to them, they wont talk to you first, and if you wanna go on with the conversation then you have to keep asking questions..... later i feel tired by asking too many questions..... &nbsp;Western girls have so many things in common with western girls and they can keep talking talking, smoking while they were talking to each other, but when it turns to a chinese girl, then nothing to say???</p> <p>Does any chinese girls here have the same problem talking with western girls as me? if yes, then please tell me some experiences or advise....??</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    haha, unfortunatly not, by the way i have never talk with any black girls in my life...

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    Age of chinese girl minus 4 = the range of age where you should look for friends among us 

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    I would accept you suggestion if everyone agree with what Vero said :)

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Age of Chinese girl minus 5. I like 17 year old girls, so I just date 22 year old Chinese girls and call it good.

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    Age of Chinese girls minus 4 or 5, is that because we chinese girls looks younger than the same age western girls?

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @莫明 with a girl of 17 years old, about what themes do you like talk? the new hair style of Justin Bieber? :P  upss !!!!  -date-  was an euphemism  XD

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Yuki, girls in China are typically much less mature / experienced than their western counterparts. Americans and Europeans at least typically have worked full time and lived independently by the time they graduate college, or even high school. Even Chinese girls from the city typically live with their parents and have never worked until after college. Thus, the 5 year difference.

    There are exceptions of course.

    Vero, why talk when you can bang? 22 year old foreign girls have the experience to know there are more important things than banging. 22 year old Chinese girls on the other hand...

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    damn straightforward...lol...

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    someone just got so many WLIB accounts,haha...interesting...

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @Yuki, you are right, chinese girls looks younger than the same age western girls and their boobies also grow later (or never) than the western girls. Nature is a heartless bitch, isn´t it?    

    Cat fight, miauuuu !!!  XD


    @莫明 why talk when you can bang? wow for a moment I thought that you was proposing something XD

     

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    *after checking Vero's profile*

    I'm open to offers...

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    I just realized it is nonesense to disguss this in here....

    none of the answers are  make sense. 

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @莫明 depends, do you have aparment? do you have car? hahaha sorry!!!!
    I think I have been too much time in China

     

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Yuki, everything discussed here is nonsense... Isn't this the nonsense forum?

    I think there should be another category called "threads that will be degenerated into applications for sex partners". The category will include all existing and future threads.

    In all seriousness, I think that foreign people in China are typically bombarded by personal inquiries from Chinese people who are either genuinely curious about us or who think we'll be useful connections. At least in my case, this makes me much less active/outgoing than I might otherwise be in trying to make friends. I think like with your other friends, the friendship must start around your 共同語言. Whatever hobbies you have in common are a good place to start. I'm a gym rat and I'm into martial arts, and not surprisingly a good number of my friends in China are sanda fighters. If you don't have something in common with those foreign girls, why would you want to be friends with them?

    Also, I was serious about the age thing. (Maturity, not wanting to bang seventeen year olds). 18's the limit.

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @GodFather  you need money and you are horny... mmm... I think you can kill two birds with one shoot, have you thought about be gigoló in Beijing? I can be your pimp, sorry i mean your manager  

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Vera, No and no, but I have a six-pack :-D

    Actually, I have a villa, not an apartment, but both it and I are in the wrong country I'm afraid.

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @莫明 oye!!! estás macizo!!!!  hahaha 

    @ Lizzie Salmon as the Shakira´s lyrics said  -lucky that my breasts are small and humble, so you don´t confuse them with mountains- 

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    China Girl, did you create this use specifically to inquire about moi?

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    China Girl, I'm too old for you, but I'm flattered that you created a profile for me.

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    To not know how to talk with western girls is merely a lack of maturity I guess. There are some Chinese girls who are friends with western girls. But, when the conversation starts like this:

    A: Hi

    B: Hello

    A. How are you?

    B. Fine thanks.

    A. Where are you come from?

    B. Am from from australia

    A. He he he, really? It's a nice place. I very very like Australia. Do you like Beijing?

    B. Yes I do like Beijing.

    A. Why did you come to China?

    B.hmmmmmm, Stuck for awhile, I like Chinese food, ok am in hurry, let's get together sometime.

    A.88

    B.8

    This is what some western girls don't like to make friends with some Chinese girls. May be coz they meet the same questions over and over again.

    High Priest

     

  • Bing
    Bing wrote:

    what can i say???its funny....

    and...keep going....

     

    i am watching it..

  • Amalie Sæverud

    Chinese girl and Western girl how to make love together?

    Because one of them is too long and another is too hairy? lol

  • Da Fan
    Da Fan wrote:

    The thing is, in China, statistically, a bigger portion of ppl (well, I mean girls specifically) who's actively willing to know more foreigners (no matter guys or girls) are comparatively...ummm...Since the % of foreigners in Beijing population is less than 1%, on average, a Beijing dweller should only know 1-2 foreigners, suppose that he/she kind of "closely" know around 200 people, right? I remembered once one of my good friends on WLIB asked me that why Chinese girls he met everyday are generally no brainers. I knew he knows the answer but just want my confirmation. The reason is obviouse that...ummm...

    Talking about foreigner girls in Beijing, I don't know. Except a few, yeah, they are kinda "invisible" by both foreign guys and Chinese guys.

    Talking about western girls in western countries: I DON'T see any material statistical difference of maturity and stupidy between Chinese women and western women. I mean, they are different, quite different in many many ways, but the difference is not that at a certain age, one group is more stupid or sth than the other group, BUT, it just that they are stupid in different ways.

    Some girls will be immature for their entire lives in my eye, both Chinese girls and western girls. Well, "I know I'm not the most politically correct person", but please don't be offended, coz hey, it's not important for girls right? XD

  • Saint - Spartacus

    the point is share the experience ...

    then u go more and more closer with western girls

    well there no age cap , my best westen girl friends , 4 years older, 2 years older , 4 years younger and even 7 years younger , we sent cards for years ... the ages really nothing , but share the emotion stuff become the way to make a friend , as your both have the same Interest in life or the same arguement for some Subject, she loves u as u loves her ( a friendship love), but i think here the turth is: she became your star somehow in some relationship between girls or your are her star and she likes you alots....,  that makes  two hardly be apart

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @ sweety harmonius, you are right, in the life there are difficult choices, to be or not to be, be an independent white bitch or be an egoist chinese bitch.... too hard!!!

    signed by a female troll from weliveinbeijing :P

  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:

    Why would you want to make friends with white girls? Most white girls here in Beijing are so spoiled that they become too irritating. I don't even bothering look at them and God knows what monkey business they are having here. 

    To tell you the truth, white women are like cats and hate Chinese women. Why are you seeking for discomforts through mingling among aliens who try the best to belittle and offense us? To make them feel superior? 

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    I don't understand why you think white girls in China are "spoiled"? How do you figure that?

    Also, it's only the SINGLE white women who hate Chinese girls.

    In addition, cats are wonderful creatures so please do not vilify them.

    To cry "cultural difference" is a terrible cliche, but honestly cultural differences do make casual conversation difficult at times. In my office the Chinese people chat about 非诚勿扰. If you want to talk to western women I would suggest watching some new movies or TV programmes and asking them about that.

  • Simen Wangberg

    Eheheheheh. Monkey business. Sounds like butthurt to me though. What'd foreign chicks ever do to you, Persephone? 

    I dunno, I never really hang out with many foreign women. They just do whatever, man. The foreign gals that I do know are pretty dope though.

    But yeah, if you wanna hang tough with white chicks, uh...I dunno, watch Sex in the City or some bullshit. Talk about shopping or makeup, whatever. 

  • Simen Wangberg

    Also, I didn't think I'd find myself saying this, but John C has a fair point above about people continuing conversations - or failing to do so.

    If you're just shooting questions at them and they're not asking you anything, then they're clearly waiting for you to stop talking to them.

    And yeah, the "where are you from/why did you come here/how long have you been here" rigamarole gets pretty old. It's okay if a cabbie or colleague or someone goes that route, but if you're just meeting people in a casual atmosphere like a bar or whatever? Fuck that noise.

    BUT:

    Hey foreigners. What's the first question YOU ask other foreigners, when you meet them for the first time? I'ma hedge my bets on "durrrr what are you doing here". Real creative, dudes.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    It's the white guys who're spoiled here, not the chicks, although I don't think the latter are as resentful or jealous it as we white guys would like to believe.

    wǒmen
    我们
  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    I was also wondering if there's any creative ideas towards such basic questions when u r curious about other's nationality,age,job things...

  • Da Fan
    Da Fan wrote:

    I was also wondering why OP wants to make friend with a specific group of people~

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    I had a lot of trouble making friends with Kyrgyztani girls when I was in Beijing. Does anyone have any tips for me?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ...

    wrote: Posted 2 days ago
    I just realized it is nonesense to disguss this in here....

    。。。just stick with the category ...

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    I'm having a lot of trouble making friends with nymphomaniacs. Can someone give me some suggestions for starting conversations with sex addicts?

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Wow, you ar hot demanded Dando. There's no a better way to start a conversation by saying: Hello! But make sure to have a viagra with u. But u know well as u r a socialist, once the u can't conquer them, pass them to Godfather or Bedtyger

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    When i meet western guys, they will keep asking :" so tell me more about yourself.,,,,and after you answered, then they will keep asking and also said:" oh, sounds so interesting..so tell me more and more....

    Haha, if i meet western girls, they are not as interesting about you as western guys, and they dont care anything about you, and of course it is impossible to go on with the conversation..

    I remember last time when i was in Europe, and my boyfriend`s cousin gave me an pair of super old socks which she has been used for along time. ( i took the socks, and said thanks)

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Yuki, I think the problem you're encountering is that western girls are not trying to bang you. 嘗試去格拉拉巴,看是不是順利些。

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    my western friends mostly speak french,english as an option,and sometimes it's hard to get myself involved their particular atmospher,so everytime i have to remind them"stop,english plz",since we are very famaliar with each other,i feel comfortable no matter it's a language problem or culture diversity. i realized it takes time to make the connection,and once u feel comfortable with each other,you can PARTY.

    hehe,yuki,she gave you an pair of old socks?and she had been wearing it very long time?

    i don't understand what she was thinking.

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    ah......after i posted this msg,i realized i have something going on in the kitchen.

    THE POT WAS BURNED!

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    :(

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    In many parts of Europe it is tradition to give somebody old socks. The meaning is that you are a good friend - like a pair of long-beloved socks.

    If you want to make friends with European women then you can give them some of your old socks. They will certainly be pleased and flattered.

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    *Beware of trolls*

    I've ruined a couple of pots due to becoming distracted while boiling water and only checking back an hour or two later. In one case, a pot had a glass lid which was shattered. Good times.

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    Dumb And Dumber

    Dumb And Dumber wrote:

    Chinese girl and Western girl how to make love together?

    Because one of them is too long and another is too hairy? lol

     

    what do you mean too long???????

     

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    @John Constantine

    Actually I gotta another questions for you, why people from russian or eastern europe dont wanna tell other people the name of their countries? 

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    Spelling mistake, yes, i mean russia.

    This happened to me many times when people from russia or eastern europe doesnt wanna mention where they from, and it happens to you as well, so i am just curious why people dont wanna answer direct where they come from.

    Actually i really dont care where you from, i am engaged anyway, so i dont looking for any guys, BUT i am wondering why people have to hide their nationalities. :) hope you understand what i mean.

     

     

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Typically the first thing I ask a foreigner in China, after his/her name, is where she's from. It's a good ice breaker, and it often helps me identify some kind of common ground based on national stereotypes or common travels. I've never had a negative reaction to this.

    But, given that I'm black, it's obvious that I'm not from China, so when I ask other foreigners I'm identifying something that we have in common. I would never start a conversation that way in a country where I'm a citizen. That would be faggotry - making the person feel like an outsider instead of giving us a common topic.

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    "...i am wondering why people have to hide their nationalities."

    I've noticed that some people do this too, but I've only seen this on the forums. I think some people who have inferiority complexes over being from what they perceive as shitty countries are afraid that they'll be looked down on for it. I find this ironic, because the only losers who would look down on someone just because he/she comes from a shitty country must surely come from equally shitty countries. U.S.A. does a lot of shameful embarrasing shit, but it's not like it's a democracy where I have some ability to affect the actions of the government. I don't hide where I'm from, and I don't think it's my job to apologize for them. I've never had anyone noticeably look down on me for where I'm from though.

    In summary, some people are embarrassed about where they're from, so just don't ask unless you're already sure that they don't have some kind of complex.

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    well, the funny thing is that my female friends and I often asked by some foreigners "Are you Chinese?" "Are you student?"when we were dringking...really spoil the spot...yup~

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    "Dear chinese people, you just dont know how people speak about you in Europe and US, so dont be hurry to judge others."

    Uhm, that wasn't quite my point. We certainly don't have the habit of saying bad things about China or looking down on Chinese poeple in U.S.A. or England. Nor do we have that habit of looking down on Russians, Nigerians, Swedes, etc. (We might make some jokes about Kazakstan, but that's because the only think we know about Kazakstan here is from Borat. There's no malicious intent, we don't in fact know that it's a real country.)

    I get what you mean though. IF some Chinese people look down on other nationalities, it would be reasonable to assume that those nationalities also look down on Chinese for the same reason.

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    fearing of telling others nationality just  because they look down upon themselves...

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Constantine, if you look down on Chinese people, that's fine for you... I'm not surprised that you're ashamed to say where you're from.

    Unless you've spent an extended amount of time living in the U.S. or U.K. though, please don't try to speak for us and say that we're a bunch of numb-nut racists. That's just Texas. I could go run over and ask my neighbors, but I don't think they have a terrible impression of Chinese people either.

    When I was studying in Beijing I never heard one damn bit of racist crap from any of my classmates. I'm just going to list the countries of my 20 closest non-Chinese classmates... Please don't say that people from these countries are in the habit of discriminating against others..我們都挺和諧.

    American (2)

    British (1)

    French (2)

    German (1)

    Japanese (2)

    Kazak (2)

    Korean (2)

    Mongolian (2)

    Nigerian (1)

    Russian (1)

    Serbian (1)

    Tajik (1)

    Turkish (1)

    Uzbek (1)

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    no matter where you are  from,just be yourself~

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Constantine, I'm not trying to demonize you. Stereotypes exist for good reason, but there is a difference between sensible ones and racist nonsense. You are from the former U.S.S.R. If I meet you I will drink vodka with you. I hope you won't be offended by my assumption based on your national origin. If I meet a Saudi guy, I might just not bring up drinks. With Turkish and somethingstan friends, I assume we won't be eating at a pig restaurant. With Chinese friends, I will prepare to 乾杯 and not get to enjoy my beer.

    The above is all based on stereotypes, and I think it's just fine. It's a lot different from actual discrimination based on inaccurate stereotypes.

    Gran Torino was a great movie by the way.

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    Let me clear this~

    1,  @ Jone, I choose name Yuki when i was 15 years old, all my teachers are from canada, and they speak none chinese, so everyone has to have a english name, its easier for teachers to remember students name. yuki was a taiwaness singers name, i thought was an english name, and i picked it , after that i get use to this name, and thats why i am using yuki. i perfer to use my real name which is Liu jia in Chinese, but so many people knows yuki and hard to change.

    2, I am not look down on anyone, no matter you are russian or african, or from middle east, for me all interesting and i would also like to visit those countries...world is charming for me, and i hate rasists....maybe because i am from china, i know lots of people think chinese people are rude, impolite, spite everywhere, cheating people...i agree and i feel shamed. everytime when i was in europe when people asking me where i am from, i said china, but i know what they think after i said china., but i have no choice, this is my country and i was born in here.

    3, so i wanna everyone be equal, it dosnt matter where you from, we wont look down on you as long as you are a good person...

    4, Plus: i wish i am from Japan or korea :)

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    agree with Minger,if u don't know other's nationality or religion u woundn't know ur trivial behaviour or words might cause an extreme disrespect to them which will irritate them...btw,is religion also a forbidden question?

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    I once lived in a part of the U.S. where there were a lot of people who believed in religion, and it used to be a common introductory question there. I always felt left out because I wasn't their religion.

    Since religion isn't important to you, I think you might as well leave it out until the person decides it's important to yell you.

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    @ Jone

    It is just a simple question, " where you from" then why you wrote too much to try to explain everything, racists, sterotypes...ect...?

     

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    Hahahahaha ... 莫明 ... could you please give me an idea how much you can keep up with these people?

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    I don't know why ppl made such thing so complicated that almost rise to racist and discrimination matter."where are you from?"it's just  quite an easy question for Chinese ppl without any intention,on the contrary,someone who think this question may have any purpose must be a very complicated person~

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    haha, Minger just have an honest funs here in WLIB.

  • I Live In Beijing

    @China Girl , yeah they do have arrogacy and kinda attitude , but they should be considerable , you kinda really an unserious attitude girl , who just wants to have an affair with a foriegner guy , what happened when it comes to a girl who is not chinese....@YJ ah come on , i think chinese girls are really helpless when it comes to boobs , so better not discuss it , because it might be disgraceful and it will take to some old memories... i heard so!!!!!!

  • Peter S 李贝勒

     I think that most of the time western girls are just worry that chinese girls look for an interest, a contact or a "guanxi", and not a real friend. And honestly, i think that s what a lot of chinese people look for when they talk to a foreigner. So maybe Yuki u re a victim of this phenomenon.

    I m sorry for china, but if u said u re chinese in western countries most of the people think, in summary and maybe in the wrong order : "cheap people, no education, bad copy, crazy communist, Mao is a mass murderer". Most of the people respect Japan and think that it s the greatest country of asia. Maybe the day that China will be a develop democracy will change the perception of western people?

  • Peter S 李贝勒

     I think that most of the time western girls are just worry that chinese girls look for an interest, a contact or a "guanxi", and not a real friend. And honestly, i think that s what a lot of chinese people look for when they talk to a foreigner. So maybe Yuki u re a victim of this phenomenon.

    I m sorry for china, but if u said u re chinese in western countries most of the people think, in summary and maybe in the wrong order : "cheap people, no education, bad copy, crazy communist, Mao is a mass murderer". Most of the people respect Japan and think that it s the greatest country of asia. Maybe the day that China will be a develop democracy will change the perception of western people?

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    Round 2, fight!!!!

    @China Girl,     Western girls are not confident enough when they try to talk with hot chinese girls...
    what are you talking about? I´m enough confident in myself to kick your flat ass

    and one last thing, take off your paws of my 莫明, zorra!!!!  

    hahahaha 

    @YJ,   by asian charm, do you mean japanese charm? right?  if you can not get the real one, you always can get the copy :P

  • Virgil W
    Virgil W wrote:

    Slap the western lady, WTF? Kick the Chinese lady, Duìbùqǐ? Neither will work, so now that we men have  got our asses handed to us by both types of excellent women, it’s the perfect  time to appreciate you all since its well deserved. While both cultures represent tomorrow, we as men should show how cool you both are and take the time to make it relevant.

  • Christian Hansen

    Jajaja bien Vero! duro con las locales! el mundo solo es plano de este lado del planeta ;-P

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Girls, don't fight... unless you are going to do it in a jello pit. There is plenty of Minger for everyone.

  • Bing
    Bing wrote:

    这不是个完美世界,所以,把口水省了吧:)

  • Simen Wangberg

    "did they come here looking for boyfriends because they didn't have enough luck back home?"

    Yes. Yes, these presumably educated Western women came to a country halfway around the world, to deal with a language and a culture that they have little or no knowledge of...to find a boyfriend.

    :-|

    I mean, whatever. People do stupider shit than that every day, but I'm thinking that's not why they're here.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    ...

    Hahahahaha ... Michael ... you are most likely right ...  and then the argument comes down to why foreign females prefer foreign males over Chinese guys ... which is just the same routine all over again ...

  • №❶ Passioη

    RIDICULOUS

    My current GF is Austrian... she's quite nice to my Chinese female friends - at least the ones she's sure have no emotional connections with me.. That makes this thread a bit confusing. If there are any reasons I can only guess:

    *** Tiring communication barriers (language, conversation topics, figures of speech, level of sensitivity, etc)
     
    *** Different tastes of male - I guess this is what "maturity" meant up there

    *** Also, white girls are generally very straight forward; can't cope with the chinese girls' pretentious methods. Better to ignore them

    The list can go on and on.. if you need more explanation, ask more questions... DD and DZ will be there for you ZZZZZZZZZ

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    I'm here for you.

  • Simen Wangberg

    He's there for you.

    I've never noticed any of my female Western/Chinese friends having a hard time getting along, but I really only hang out with one or two Western chicks on the regular, I guess. And the Chinese gals that I spend time around are sometimes more in touch with Western popular culture than I am.

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    let's go, we can share our own experiences :) 

    Here in BJ, my latest roommate was a chinese girl very ¨roomantic¨, she was student-part time job from the lovely city of Dalian. She officially didn´t live with her german bf, but unofficially yep. The guy paid the rent until the day that the landlord discovered that we were three persons who were living in that house. The girl dumped his bf, but the end of the month was close and also the time to pay the rent.... she needed the money, she needed a new bf in less 5 days, i could not borrow her the money because she didn´t want, maybe afraid of lose the face, maybe a proud bitch, who knows?

    Friday broke up, saturday night came to home with a new guy, Monday night, with a flu on her back, she was chugging the cock of her new fat HIndu bf (how i knew that? she went to the bathroom to spit .....a slut with scruples, huh). The money appeared, she paid the rental, she dumped him, when she jumped in the middle of the next month to another foreigner more ¨solvent¨ and handsome guy.


    In that time, I thought that she was a weird specimen on that city, until I met and went out with her friends (all them not from BJ). The night wasnt´s bad, even good, until the moment they began to get drunk.....then all the shit in their minds comes out, running wild, they became crazy bitches.... one of them was in the bathroom crying during two hours about a guy that met one year ago, later about her job more and more shit....
    other began to talk about her three abortions (she is in the same age like me) other , after choosed a foreigner target, escaped from us, and let us with the mad girl enclosed in the bathroom..... her excuse, she had never been with a french guy.... the night died with me paying the taxi like a shabi (they usually go out with a few yuans in their pockets, the shabi guys pay them the drinks)

    I know that there is stupid make a judgement from one experience and apply it to all cases, but can anyone deny that exist this kind of chinese girls in a considerable number? crazy for the foreigner stuff, collecting foreginers, cheat them, having sex with them for pride and make ends meet (-It's not personalit's just business-).

    In the end, conflict, because they prey in the foreigner circles, and we, as foreign women, are there, living there.

    For them we are jelous of them, because they can steal our men?!?!?! WTF) for us, they are simple whores.... 


    Of course, I have chinese friends, but I can not be friend of these she-wolves, lo siento putitas ;)

     

  • Da Fan
    Da Fan wrote:

    I think you made your point quite clear.

    "because they prey in the foreigner circles, and we, as foreign women, are there, living there."

    so you know it's just a small part of Chinese women right, and any country got bitches right? that's good. no generalization is good.

    So you may want to, as a foreign woman, go outside the "foreigner circle" to see the much bigger portion of people, "normal" people. that will be good

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @Da Fan, I know that ;) a few, but well placed, there is one thought that I have shared with other chinese friends, is about that, in general, cheaters and she-wolves (lobas) come very happy to greet us when we just come here, (i guess. we are easily to cheat in our naivety in the first days, weeks here).You know what I mean right? As foreigners, we need a time more longer to to jump over the cultural distance. If you come for a long term, you can do it and discover the real Beijing, but if you come for a short term, unfortunately, probabily no. You only will catch the ugly face, lies, lust for money... you will feel when talk with some people like if you would have one big dollar over your head, money money.... interest, interest....


    my point is.... in my first moment here, i was angry with this city, I was still living in the circle of foreigners, and this circle is surround (mainly) by those vultures and she-wolves, I couldn´t watch beyond that. I needed time. Other people doesn´t have that time, they only know that, and they come back to their countries with a poor opinion of this city, talking about easy gals and cheaters, grifters..... this fauna... where most of them are non native from this city, thus nothing to lose getting dirty this city with their dirty bussiness.

    I think my problem is a common thing among us. 

  • Da Fan
    Da Fan wrote:

    quite make sense, exactly what the situation is. Actually it does make sense for foreign guys to stay in the foreigner circle for a short period. I mean since they can easiliy get laid, and it won't be a long time, so that the feeling of emptiness won't come so strong, it's fine to. But for foreign girls (I assume girls won't be satisfied even if they can get laid as they wish right?), they may have more eagerness to dig into the main part of this city (I don't want to use "this country" coz it's too much more diverse and complicated).

    You know what, as a local people, I belive I know more kinds of stupidy of my countrymen. But it's fine, coz it's normal for any country, and actually it's not that bad if you view it as a big picture.

    I've been living in many big cities for a while, I'll still say Beijing's quite interesting. However, if you just indulge yourself in places like clubs day and night, and just contact with people who you familiar with, and people who actively come to you, yeah, this city must be not that awesome in your mind. It's like if you visit Thailand and just for banging hookers or shemales, the whole country would be a big brothel in your mind. Quite make sense, but it's not the fault of Thailand, maybe it's because of you. It doesn't make sense that the essense of culture would come to you automatically. Instead, we may want to dig into it by ourselves.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Vero, it sounds like you just need to cruise for a new social scene. You seem to be surrounded by the most spectacular sorts of superlative assholes.

  • Simen Wangberg

    Yeah, who the hell are you hanging out with? I've never really hung out with or even encountered those kinds of folks. I just hear that they're out there in the void, somewhere. Some mysterious place where I will never go. My first guess would be "shithole nightclub", but what do I know.

  • Simen Wangberg

    I've found that as a rule, people who toke up are usually at least tolerable.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Hear, hear.

    There was a time when I didn't consider someone to be a true comrade unless they took part in holy communion, and there are still very few people who I could say I hate enough that I wouldn't pass a joint to them. That would be just rude.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    :-|

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Jojo,

    "物以类聚,人以群分," or as we say it, "birds of a feather flock together." While I disagree with Vero's generalization and the implication that all, many or even a significant number of Chinese girls behave like the ones in her anecdotes, you're  being just as catty in this thread, if not worse.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Harmonious,

    HEY HEY,

    HEY HEY

  • Simen Wangberg

    HEY HEY HEY HEY

    DRINK APPLE JUICE EVERY DAY

    AND WEED IS OKAY TOO

  • Simen Wangberg

    Doctor's orders! :-D

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @Dafan, Amen with your words ;)

    @Dando, I know that is a generalization, don´t worry :D, but is my guide to survival on this city, still is pretty simple, full of mistakes, there aren´t many grey tones, most is black or white....but works well sometimes ;)

    @Gerry Widjaja, Are you saying that for the reason that I´m from the south of America, I have to like the weed? huh....... I prefer cocaine over weed, un nevadito (just kidding!!!!!!)

    @Jojo, no no I´m talking about 骚货 running across this city and their hipocrisy, wearing hello kitty pijamas in home and later semi naked in clubs, good girls during the spring festival when they return to their parents home and damaged pussies when they wake up the next morning, after a wild party, in the room of a hotel, next to an unknown guy...... the women that usually ask you -with how many international have you been?- or -Tonight, can I sleep in your home?- but they prefer beat around the bush, speak in flowery language, instead say the things clearly when they have a problem

    In any case, guys, about the amount of them, you should keep in mind that these lovely bitches have two faces, and they only show the nasty face with other women. I´m your spy :P

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Vero, Silly girl. Look outside. Have you ever seen anything greyer? I didn't think so.

    Painting with such broad strokes sure is easy, and it'll work well for you until you decide you haven't made any lasting friendships with the locals, and then you'll leave.

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @Dando, big brother, don´t worry, I already have chinese friends that will miss me when I leave. I´m talking about past experiences. If my view seems narrow to you, Could you imagine how was my point of view when I just arrived here? such a moron huh hahaha一点 一点 :P I still have time to improve :)

  • Bjørnar Mørkedal

    @Dando, one last thing, trying to make my point clear, Is not the classic topic about saint-virgin against sinner-slut, ok? i´m shooting against the people that choose play both roles in the same time, for do that you need to lie, play, cheat the people around. 

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