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There is even a social rule in Taiwan that "girls don't talk to strangers, especially male strangers". They are duds who can't hold a normal conversation and are not engaging at all. When they do talk, the things they say will be very superficial and meaningless. Thus, there is nothing really there to connect with. So you gotta wonder, what's the problem with Taiwan? They will drop a guy for the smallest things at the drop of a hat. They are very judgmental, cold, unromantic, and act like flaky divas. Materialism has corrupted and spoiled them, making them more and more like American girls now.
Deep down, they are childish and have terrible communication skills.
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It's like cultuee is against you. If that doesn't totally suck, then I don't know what does. None of this, of course, is conducive Datin dating or romance. Moreover, even if you do find a partner in Taiwan, still, your options are limited in that you are essentially "taking what you can get" aka "settling" rather than having taiwsn wide array of taiwna. Unless of course, you have low standards. Now, this might sound bad, but it's true: Taiwam females don't become open Dafing friendly with strangers until they Professionals dating london middle Dating culture in taiwan - at which time they are culutre longer desirable and are most likely taken as well.
This is taiwwn classic case of Murphy's Law: When they are young and desirable, they are not open or friendly with strangers and not easy to meet at all. But when they are no longer young or desirable and either taken or desperate if not then they start to become friendly and more sociable with strangers. I know that might sound bad, taiwqn it's true. If that offends anyone, then I apologize. No offense cuoture intended. But please remember, I didn't make things the way they are. Taowan please don't blame the messenger. The Taiwanese psyche is completely dominated by fear and guilt. As a result of abusive psychological conditioning, Taiwanese emotions are suppressed and internalized. They are taught not to express themselves, but to be humble, submissive and obedient.
Deep down, they live in perpetual fear and worry about every little thing. While caution is a good thing, they overdo it and take it to the extreme, imagining the worst in every scenario even when it's unwarranted. As a result, they never truly live. You can feel the "fear vibe" of the Taiwanese masses when you are in their proximity. They also harbor constant guilt about not measuring up or not being "good enough". None of this is conducive to a "friendly and open" social atmosphere of course. What you should know is that if you are in Taiwan long term, eventually the "fear energy" of the people will rub off on you and affect you negatively as well.
Even if you are a person who does not believe in living in fear, like a hippie or New Ager, it will still eventually affect you, especially since you are eating their food, which is produced from "fear consciousness". Remember that the thoughts, emotions and energy of the person preparing your food goes into the food as well. This is a downside of Taiwan that is rarely mentioned, if ever, because people are in denial about it and are not conditioned to look deeper. Instead, they are conditioned to only care about working and raising a family, and other practical matters on the surface. Taiwan is a strict business-oriented and workaholic society which teaches that the only things that matter are making money and food.
Personal happiness and feelings are seen as irrelevant and worthless. All that matters is work, productivity and conformity. People are conditioned to be stiff, repressed, and act like cold zombies without soul, heart or emotion. It's very sad and makes them almost inhuman and robotic-like. There is no free expression or creativity or thinking for yourself. It's all about conformity. The individual is nothing. The only "passion" one is allowed to have is passion for work and productivity no surprise there. That's why it goes without saying that Taiwan is not a very fun place, since none of this is conducive to "fun" at all.
Though the concept of "fun" is relative, the kind of fun I'm talking about is the highly festive free-spirited free-flowing heartfelt type of fun that exists in much of Europe, Mexico, Latin America, Russia, Philippines and Thailand. If you've been there, you'll know what I mean The fact is, Taiwanese are extremely uptight. They do not radiate warmth or emotion. Even when they are trying to have fun, you will never see them truly "let loose". Also, Taiwan is not a place for one who values personal happiness either, since that doesn't even matter in Taiwanese culture. Besides, how can you be happy around people who are extremely cold and uptight and dominated by fear?
I find it hard to relax or be myself around such people. Eventually, their vibes will affect you as well. Further, such a repressed workaholic culture will also not provide venues for you to pursue your "happiness", unless of course your happiness is derived from living a monotonous workaholic lifestyle with little interest in much else. In Taiwan, practically everyone is a conformist. Thus, they will conform to the workaholic culture with very little else to live for. How can that possibly be conducive to happiness? Trying to find an nonconformist in Taiwan is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Even if they exist, they will be silent and alienated, or they will leave the country.
Finding an "outspoken nonconformist and freethinker" is a near impossibility. Not to brag, but I seem to be the only one 9. Taiwan is a very prudish and conservative culture in the extreme. No public display of affection is allowed, such as kissing between couples.
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And TV soap operas and dramas that are produced in Taiwan almost never show people kissing or showing any physical affection. Flirting is a big taboo in Taiwan. It is considered dirty creepy behavior. Taiwanese females do not flirt back with males. They do not allow gentlemen to kiss their hand, like women in Europe do. And they do not greet people with kisses on both cheeks, like European females do. On the flip side, a Taiwanese American girl in Taipei wrote me once and told me that when she tries to flirt with Taiwanese guys, they do not reciprocate but instead get weirded out.
Obviously, none of this is conducive to romance, love or passion. I don't even need to tell you that. In fact, if you observe Taiwanese Dating culture in taiwan, you will notice that they even act cold and uptight around each other. They do not appear "in love" or romantic, and The widows guide to sex and dating a novel often eat together in silence with very little to say to each other. What this means is that even if you are in a relationship with a Old fashioned dating habits, it is likely to be dull and cold, devoid of warmth, romance or passion.
In truth, Taiwan is best suited for the conservative prim and proper type, not for those who are wild, open and passionate. To fit into the social environment, you have to act innocent and goody-two-shoes to the point of cheesiness. If that's not you, then you will constantly have to act like something you are not, just to fit in. I don't have to tell you that suppression of your true self is not good for you mentally or emotionally in the long run. I find that the type of people that seem to fit best in Taiwan are those who are conservative, goody-two-shoes, passive, reserved, simple, group-oriented, conformist, narrow, and not very intellectual or deep.
But of course, I am the opposite of those things The two traits I find most common in foreigners living in Taiwan long term are "reserved and passive". The reckless, dangerous and rude driving on Taiwan's streets and roads is stressful and annoying to deal with. Taiwanese cities, even the small ones, are way too cramped and packed with too many scooters and vehicles. Driving is not an enjoyable experience in Taiwan, but a stressful one that can cause tempers to flare. It is also hard to park if you are driving a car. And if you are driving a scooter, then you are taking chances with your life because scooter accidents can be fatal.
None of this is conducive to happiness, peace or relaxation. On top of all this, there is not much beautiful scenery or nature in Taiwan, and the architecture and buildings are ugly and drab. The climate is often unpleasant and the air is humid and not very clean or crisp. Also, the culture is boring and flat, and does not even feel inclusive. There is nothing to grow your soul. Time just passes by and is wasted with no meaning or special memories. Eventually, you regret the time you waste in Taiwan, which could be better spent elsewhere. Getting a glimpse at the inner-workings of someone who sees the world from a perspective so different than your own is incredibly eye-opening.
Another great thing, while not nearly as deep as what I wrote above, is that dating someone from a different culture is simply fun. Taiwanese are generally very friendly, and most people here like to teach westerners about Taiwan. The better you know a person, the more they can and will show you. During this process you get to know them and all of their little mannerisms and quirks that make them unique. And because of the cultural differences, there are plenty of mannerisms that are different from anything you would have experienced at home. There are as many obstacles as there are rewards. Whether from lacking the language ability to communicate what you want, or just complete misunderstandings, language barriers are real.
It tends to be more of an issue in younger relationships, as the longer you are together with someone, you find it easier to read their non-verbal communication. That being said, even non-verbal communication can be misunderstood, especially inter-culturally. Another issue with dating inter-culturally in Taiwan is not so much a problem with the relationship, but a problem with how you can easily and accidentally mistreat your new girlfriend or boyfriend. Using each other for support can be healthy, but using each other as whipping posts is bound to lead to disaster.