Not literally ON. Since me and my husband are Polish-Chinese couple and that blog was suppose to be ‘AMWF-themed’ from the very beginning I finally decided to come back to the origin of it and ‘open’ a corner about Chinese people living or studying in Poland, being in relationships or willing to date a Polish woman or man. Let’s see how it goes!
Today we Googled a bit to find out what Chinese men think of Polish women. Some of the opinions were really nice and made me feel proud, other ones made me wonder if they are really meeting ‘my people’ in their daily life and some others… check yourself!
To find what we needed we went to a forum for Chinese/HK/Taiwanese people living in Poland and besides lots of arguments you could read their (and my) opinion about my ladies:
- I didn’t expect Polish women are so conservative, much more conservative than girls from Western Europe or States
- If you can handle eating bread and milk everyday you can marry her, but if you expect to eat a good rice you will starve to death. And that’s why I have a rice cooker.
- In China people see me as someone who eats a lot but those girls can eat more than I that’s why when they got old they will get fat. And I thought we all stay beautiful and in shape until we die. Nooo.
- They drink a lot of beer, but not really other types of alcohol
- I think they are too different from us – religion, lifestyle, opinions, non of you can force to change and she will always defend her own people instead of you and your people when something happens
- When you first meet them you think you can save up a lot of money but more serious relationship gets I feel like more spendings you need to make
- Pretty girls, very tough, more tough than for example Hungarian. Tough… body tough like beating someone? What?
- Good housewives, can handle taking care of a child, taking care of house and even going to work at the same time. Really tough, not like some princess
- I never thought I say that but Chinese girls are more opened in bed
- I didin’t finish my studies, my wife has a PhD and we don’t need to worry about money.
- In other countries I heard that guys are alcoholic and girls are prostitutes – since I’m here I know it is so not true. Well, it probably is true in some %, let’s face it – no country is free of alcohol or prostitution, but it’s nice to hear someone changes his mind.
- I dated one Polish girl, she was disable but very smart. I guess in every country there are good people and shitty people
- No matter if she’s rich or poor all of them know how to do housework. You wish.
- They don’t spend too much money. I guess you never seen me doing shopping at a candy section.
- If you found a girl who doesn’t smoke, doesn’t drink and doesn’t smell like a camel – congratulations, you found a diamond. My question is: how did the guy know how the camel smells like. Can you just walk and sniff it?
- Girls are perfect: pretty, smart, have their own opinion and they are very independent. Should we blush, ladies?
- Last year I met a Polish girl in China visiting her Chinese boyfriend. She was pretty and nice but liked to take advantages of small things like coupons etc. and it made me feel like she was… cheap? Oh, c’mon, everyone loves coupons!
- They are not as active in chasing the guy they like as Turkish girls.
And many, many more. Of course no one can judge a whole nation but it’s reallyinteresting to know what someone rised in such a different culture thinks of people in your country. We say that every stereotype comes from some behavior, so even if it’s a steretype it has at least 1% of truth in it. Should I be happy then? I mean if you don’t think about the camel thing. 🙂
What people think when they hear where you come from you? Share your experience!