A look at how Chinese culture has responded to an ugly stereotype. Dating dynamics are always interesting to observe, especially the variances in how different cultures or people in different locations perceive certain behaviors or unwritten rules. This was a subject that interested me because it has come up in many personal discussions with friends both in and out of China and of varying cultural backgrounds. I had a lunchtime discussion with another self-media personality — someone intimately engaged in the world of Chinese social media — on the cultural weight and importance of this topic. For example, in the summer of , one story that ignited heated debate was when a Spanish man was filmed having sex with a Chinese woman in Chengdu.
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'Shield Girl': The face of Hong Kong's anti-extradition movement
A British pickup artist who posts videos of himself approaching women in countries throughout Asia has brought his controversial dating techniques to the streets and malls of Hong Kong. He draws messages both of support from those who wish to emulate what they perceive as his success in dating, and criticism from others who take issue with his approach and the fact that he films women without their consent. Coakley has been threatened with legal action in Thailand, where a young pharmacist took umbrage at him filming her and reported him to the police. But the year-old says he is doing nothing wrong.
I nearly spit my coffee as Hanna Lung slammed her smartphone on the table after making the bold statement. I glared at the beautiful year-old media executive who is a rising star in her company—and, obviously, single. Women have long been the victims in an ongoing battle of the sexes in Hong Kong over the past three decades. Government statistics show that the number of men per 1, women dropped significantly from 1, in to in In recent years, the fearful message has spread: Hong Kong is running out of men!