As a result, relationships progress and die faster than in real life. If I went on a blind date with Yue Xu, I would walk out of the room within 10 seconds. No, sorry lady, your 'winter expiration date' is up. " see a lot of foreigners in Beijing being extremely rude to the fuwuyuan..." Funny, in five years in Beijing I've never once seen this.
Also, it can get quite incestuous as the circle is small and gossip-ridden. The thing unique to Beijing is the addition of sexually curious local girls. The thing is, there’s a huge difference between guys who only date Asian and guys who just happen to date Asian. This world is sometimes too much for one person to handle. I'd say the locals set the global standard in being rude to waitstaff.
By the time I arrived in Beijing, I found Chinese men a fitting replacement for my ‘yetis’ – they differed from what Western society deemed conventionally attractive, and to me they represented adventure, rebellion and a whole new way to escape the status quo.This is most likely due to the fact that Chinese locals don’t do as much casual dating as we do in the US. Living as I do in a city as vibrant and bizarre as Beijing has its good points – and its bad.We asked her about yellow fever, bad first impressions and the best place to take a girl out on a date in Beijing. There are two dating scenes: expat dating and local dating. The way the locals treat the Fuwuyuan is awful, People beating the waitress because of 20 RMB, spitting, throwing chairs and cups! Where's the romance, the love if it's just about numbers?I call expat dating in Beijing “Summer Camp.” Everyone has an expiration date, but while they’re here, they want to make the most of it. I have never seen anything like that before, not in the States, not in Europe, not in Korea and Japan, but here! I have to wonder what exactly you spend your time doing splitting it between NYC and BJ.