They can’t understand the things each other grew up with, and what they experienced because it’s so different.Even the way they date and what they look for in the opposite sex is different — Chairman Mao had something to say about this: But I’m going to come right out and say that this is probably not 100% of the truth. The only thing WRONG about computer science is majoring in it because you feel obligated by your parents to do so. In retrospect, I have graduated with a degree in Computer Science like my engineering father so desperately wanted me to do, but I didn’t want to spend my life’s eternity doing something I hated. It’s an extremely useful skill set to have, especially in this day and age.They have insane tests like in Asia, far, FAR harder than what I’ve ever experienced here, and when they talk about not having boyfriends or girlfriends JUST SO they can study to get into the best schools, I get this clueless look on my face, tinged with fear for their schooling system.Anyway, if culture was the case, it doesn’t explain the phenomenal amount of Asian girls (North-American-born or otherwise), dating Caucasian men in droves.They are generally shorter, more slender and not as thick as the mend I tend to find myself attractive to.
Also, what do you think is wrong with asian guys that makes u might not want to date them? I think it's mostly just a physical appearance and not a cultural difference that causes this lack of attraction.i used to work with an asian guy and had i not been married at the time i would have went out with him.he was very attractive and had a wonderful personality.Perhaps if Caucasian women went to Asia to study, it’d be the reverse.Over 4.3 billion men and women live in Asia, making up 60% of the world’s population, and Asian-Americans account for 5.6% of the American population.