When you date someone who’s from a different walk of life than you, you gain an entirely new view of the world.
You learn all about their food, their religion and their values.
Hey guys, Kane here, your Chinese based dating coach.
Most of my experience is in China, unraveling the mystery of Chinese women, and I’ve found that there are a lot of differences between dating in China as compared to the West.
What's worse is these women they kept company with supported their habits. Because that is “just how things are.” It is the new cultural standard.
Norway's famous open-faced sandwiches are tough to eat without silverware, so they probably just decided to apply the habit to American sandwiches as well. In England, you're flipping someone off when you do the peace sign backwards.
I’ve always had a severe case of wanderlust, longing to backpack across Europe, walk the beaches of Santorini or wander down the paths of Venice.
Of course, it’s because I have the desire to travel.
But you can take steps to relate to them and make things work. Let’s start by getting all the wrong reasons to date someone of a different culture, out of the way.
Don’t do it to prove to anyone that you’re open-minded. Don’t do it because it’s “cool” and “exotic” to date a foreigner.
Not only is this not fair to the person, but the allure of that wears off after a few months—at tops a year.