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We’ve all met women who seem a little different than their fellow females.
They may look a little more masculine, and act more like men in their attitudes.
I tell them it’s because I have standards that I’m not willing to lower.’ Touching an expensive-looking bangle on her wrist, she goes on, 'I think my parents understand a bit more – they just want me to be happy – but my aunties always say things like, “Oh, do you remember that girl you went to school with? ” It's very frustrating.’ Wu Manling, 30 and a magazine editor, agrees.
'My mother tried to have a serious talk about me being “leftover” a while ago.
When I asked her why, she heaved a heavy Internet *SIIIIIIGH* and said, “Ugh, well he only dates Asian girls. I am proud to be an Asian woman and to look the way that I do.
It took a while to get here since nobody on The OC or One Tree Hill looked like me when I was growing up, but I am finally happy with the way that I look.
Other ladies, on the other hand (the majority) are higher in estrogen .
Since most women have higher levels of estrogen, the usual dating advice we give applies to how you handle them. However, all sexes have varying amounts of both chemicals in their bodies.
She was absolutely smitten, but thoroughly convinced that he would have nothing to do with her. I think now is an appropriate time to discuss exactly how “lucky” we Asian women can be in the dating world.
Unfortunately for China’s women their new-found confidence has incited a backlash from men, the government and even their own families.
The popular Chinese label (leftover women), regularly perpetuated in state-controlled media and on internet message boards, refers to women who are smart, successful and moneyed but still not married by the age of 28.
China’s 'leftover women’ are considered on the shelf if they're still single at 28 In case you hadn’t noticed, Chinese women have become quite a force to be reckoned with in recent years.
According to Forbes magazine, 11 of the 20 richest self-made women in the world are Chinese, and now 19 per cent of Chinese women in management positions are CEOs, the second highest percentage worldwide (after Thailand’s 30 per cent).