They are the opposite of all that is held attractive by white female.
In fact, as far as I know two of them have never dated an asian girl.
And on the opposite side of things, a caucasian mate of mine dated a vietnamese girl and he had to be hidden from her parents for 18 months before his girlfriend was prepared to admit to them she was dating a white guy.
Many of the people who posted expressed joy someone had written a positive article about integration, citing the profusion of mixed-race relationships in Australia as further proof of our growing tolerance.
However, a number of readers highlighted an anomaly when it came to Asians dating 'white' Australians.
No doubt there'll be many posters who consider this topic racist and inflammatory, and to anybody who is offended, rest assured I'm writing this out of genuine curiosity and apologise if any of my generalisations or assumptions come off as crass.
If you're going to post today, try to be constructive, because if there's even a hint of vilification, you won't be published. If you'd like to email me with a topic suggestion or just vent, try here.surely a shy guy at the pub aint going to be too popular with girls in any country?I went over to Switzerland last summer to visit my cousin, we are chinese, and most of his girlfriends have been swiss/swiss not asian/swiss He is curious about asian women but there are not as many over there for him to meet.While it's fairly commonplace to see white guys with Asian girls, the opposite a white girl dating an Asian man is still something of a rarity ...In my original post, I talked about my mate, Pete, a full-blood Korean who I'd grown up with, watching him rip in the surf and struggle in the pub with Aussie girls.In school and university I had purely Asian girlfriends, not through lack of trying but just because I could not pull Aussie women - they generally preferred white Aussie guys unless the Asian guy was male model quality (I, unfortunately, am not).