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As you know, there is an unspoken rule in this world that when you speak or write publicly, you are only allowed to say nice, polite, positive, lighthearted things about people and places. If the problem is me, then how come girls in many other countries treat me better, are more warm and open, and more enthusiastic and appreciative toward me? t=624658 Also, if you want to use online matching service in TW, try this one instead: Be aware that there are fake profiles and scams like any other service. btw on a side note winston, do the women you date ever find out who you are on the internet and discover you have posted their picture on your public forum??

Never tell girls, any girls, about your view on marriage, if you want to be with them. Since I hit 40, my value in the marketplace has dropped significantly. Winston, More and more as I read and experience this stuff, I am starting to see that overall, most of this behavior comes down to market forces.

But, I believe most TW girls are kind, polite and with good heart. Find way to let them know you first, like offer free English tutor in Chiayi Univ. Check out the latest posts in our blog The Happier Abroaders. "It takes far less effort to find and move to the society that has what you want than it does to try to reconstruct an existing society to match your standards." - Harry Browne, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World Yeah, Sasha V is right. But my Chinese female friend is worse - once she hit 36 she has very little value at all. Most people these days have no internal moral compass or code of ethics (men and women included, but women more so), and that their behavior simply adds up to: Btw, I finally got a friendly response from a Taiwanese girl on Ok Cupid.

This is when boyfriends start moving on to younger women if they haven't committed yet. or do they ever find out that you have posted their emails to you on your forum? Btw, I finally got a friendly response from a Taiwanese girl on Ok Cupid.

35 is when they are officially becoming "old aunties" and the writing is on the wall if they aren't in a stable long term relationship or promised commitment. (this isn't a dis or a setup against you, I'm just wondering so please don't take it that way) Isn't that the point of this forum? She's 32, works as an engineer and loves to travel.

Maybe we can try to get to know each other more better and who knows, we might be the one that we have been looking for. That's what every normal guy wants, a girl that's sweet, feminine and down to earth. We get enough of that from Western women, why go to Taiwan? She didn't tell me about herself or comment on my letter at all. Here is another one liner response from a Taiwanese girl with no point, also on Plentyof Fish: I don't know why she said that.

It's not a lot to ask for, yet in spoiled westernized countries like Taiwan and America, where women have a bad attitude, it seems like it's too much to ask for. In contrast, 99 percent of the Taiwanese women I write to don't reply at all, and if they do, they only write one lame dismissive line. It had nothing to do with my letter nor did I indicate that I was moving to Taipei. She didn't tell me about herself or comment on my letter at all.

I think those Taiwanese girls and the girls you met at the clubs are not typical Taiwanese girls, I hop.

These TW girls in the plentyoffish are probably looking for some specific type of fish and maybe because you revealed too much of your views, especially your view about marriage that made them did not want to talk to you. Ask her if she's on and see if she can take you backpacking around TW's mountain & scenic areas.

Now you'd think that they'd be similar since they came from the same culture, language and ethnicity, but it turns out not to be so at all. Regards" As you can see, she was complimentary and enthusiastic. Next, here is a response I got from a sincere educated sweet lady in Shenzhen, China that I've been corresponding with.

On dating sites, I've written many women in both China and Taiwan. For example, here is a letter I got from a mainland Chinese woman: "Thank you for your sincere letter. Hope someday I could manage my own business like you. When I first wrote her, this was her initial response: "Hello Winston, How are you?

It's a shame, because she's a fantastic woman, but her primary value (her brain) is not valued by men. She's 32, works as an engineer and loves to travel.