Chinese dating white
To a young Tamil Singaporean woman like me, the concept of racism is nothing new or inconceivable.Nonetheless, it wasn’t until I started going out with my fiancé, who happens to be Caucasian, that I began to see a new side to racial discrimination in Singapore.Now I always knew that Singaporeans have particular dating preferences, as do people all over the world.I was acutely aware of this growing up, when I was mocked by some of my peers for having dark skin and curly hair.
My former roommate said Western guys would never dare to treat Swiss women the way they treated Chinese women.
More importantly, while I personally believe that a woman’s worth shouldn’t be connected to the number of guys who fantasize about her at night, this sudden change in how I was perceived by others spoke volumes to me about racial preferences and standards of beauty in Singapore.
The dark skin and curly hair that I was ridiculed for in Singapore were admired and complimented for the first time in my life.
I grew older, I met people from all over the world and got a closer look for men’s behaviors.
I noticed, at least for men I know, Asian guys are more like gentlemen, they treat their relationships more serious and are less likely to give up.