In China, there is a name for unmarried men over China has many millions more men than women, a hangover of the country's one-child policy, which was overturned in , though its effects will last decades more. The gender imbalance is making it hard for many men to find a partner — and the gap is likely to widen. In his book, The Demographic Future, American political economist Nicholas Eberstadt cites projections that by , more than a quarter of Chinese men in their 30s will not have married.
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It was somewhat of a non sequitur from the conversation. He proceeded to give me a knowing look before launching into a monologue about his ever-enlightening travel experiences and exes overseas. He grins at me. I give him side-eye. This one has lived abroad in South Korea. He tells me he likes my tattoos and asks how my parents feel about them. Where ya going, baby?
I’m An Asian Woman And I Refuse To Be Fetishized
Ever heard of yellow fever? No, not the disease you can pick up when travelling to certain countries. I'm talking about when Caucasian men develop an acute sexual preference for East Asian women — even becoming a fetish, for some. Naturally, there are dating websites aplenty dedicated to 'serving' those men who have yellow fever, where the average East Asian women is increasingly being perceived as a desirable partner. In fact, the most recent figures from 2.
Description One of the first pieces of fiction written about Chinese people in North America, from The story of Minnie, a white woman in the early s, who divorces her abusive white husband and then marries Liu Kanghi, a Chinese merchant. Creator Sui Sin Far. Source The Independent. Publisher [no text].