Dating taiwanese girls

20-Sep-2016 02:04

Even if you make a lot of friends in Taiwan, you eventually realize that these friends are really just casual acquaintances, because there is no real connection with them.

Taiwanese are like empty shells with no soul or emotions, like plastic mannequins (similar to America, but even worse).

(Unless they are trying to sell you something of course, but that goes without saying) Trying to start conversations with strangers feels awkward and unnatural, not smooth or relaxed like in most of Europe. Broad minded individualist foreigners and insular group-oriented Taiwanese do not vibe naturally.

Also, not surprisingly, Taiwanese Americans and Asian Americans (whose personalities are Westernized) will usually not be comfortable living in Taiwan.The truth is, Taiwan is not a good place if you are seeking a great social scene, free-flowing fun, personal happiness, love, romance or passion.Taiwan’s social culture and social conditioning are simply not conducive to these things. It is very hard to meet people, as they are not open with strangers but very closed in nature. An individual is worthless and insignificant in Taiwan, and seen as a loser without a group. Rather, it is for the empty conformist with no individual identity who seeks to follow and conform.It's also kind of depressing when you see that people are empty shells here because it leaves you wondering "How can humans descend into such a state of being?" What's scary is that you know deep down that you don't want to become like them, thus being around them could have a toxic negative effect on you.

Also, not surprisingly, Taiwanese Americans and Asian Americans (whose personalities are Westernized) will usually not be comfortable living in Taiwan.

The truth is, Taiwan is not a good place if you are seeking a great social scene, free-flowing fun, personal happiness, love, romance or passion.

Taiwan’s social culture and social conditioning are simply not conducive to these things. It is very hard to meet people, as they are not open with strangers but very closed in nature. An individual is worthless and insignificant in Taiwan, and seen as a loser without a group. Rather, it is for the empty conformist with no individual identity who seeks to follow and conform.

It's also kind of depressing when you see that people are empty shells here because it leaves you wondering "How can humans descend into such a state of being?

" What's scary is that you know deep down that you don't want to become like them, thus being around them could have a toxic negative effect on you.

Their faces are passionless and robotic, as if their soul and humanity has been squashed, suppressed or drained out of them.