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As for myself, I am seriously looking for a boyfriend as well, the relationship of which might possibly lead to a marriage. hehe, i speak Mandarin, Cantonese, and some English, if there is a chance, i could teach you more Mandarin or even Cantonese, and because of my oral english is not that good, maybe i need your help too. In her letter, you can see that she is feminine, sweet, sincere, down to earth, and educated as well - what more could you ask for?
Maybe we can try to get to know each other more better and who knows, we might be the one that we have been looking for. That's what every normal guy wants, a girl that's sweet, feminine and down to earth. We get enough of that from Western women, why go to Taiwan? She didn't tell me about herself or comment on my letter at all. Here is another one liner response from a Taiwanese girl with no point, also on Plentyof Fish: I don't know why she said that.
See my HA Ebook and Join Our Dating Sites to support us! Since I hit 40, my value in the marketplace has dropped significantly. I guess it's taboo and "uncool" to make such comparisons, but nevertheless they are VERY REAL, as demonstrated in my experiences depicted above. Is it me or the sterile environment of Taiwan and the overly picky spoiled girls who are cold and stuck up?As you know, there is an unspoken rule in this world that when you speak or write publicly, you are only allowed to say nice, polite, positive, lighthearted things about people and places. If the problem is me, then how come girls in many other countries treat me better, are more warm and open, and more enthusiastic and appreciative toward me?That is why they are more pure and innocent and curious about American way of life.
Never tell girls, any girls, about your view on marriage, if you want to be with them. On dating sites, I've written many women in both China and Taiwan. For example, here is a letter I got from a mainland Chinese woman: "Thank you for your sincere letter. Hope someday I could manage my own business like you. When I first wrote her, this was her initial response: "Hello Winston, How are you?