Dating men in taiwan

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He is Joseph Chang Hsiao-chuan, a 33-year-old Taiwanese actor known as the “national husband” (link in Chinese) across the Chinese-speaking world. Nice Guy image gives hope to women who have lost faith in men.

In Hong Kong, Taiwan, and mainland China, where cheating and keeping mistresses is common, a loyal and honest man seems to many to be a dying breed. In Hong Kong, the gossip pages of newspapers and magazines are littered with stories of wealthy businessmen openly flaunting their mistresses, and the women’s machinations to vie for the top mistress spot.

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Is there a stigma for dating someone, essentially, not of the same nationality?

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“He radiates this warmth that makes you want to touch him and hold him.

He appears to be the kind of guy a woman can trust.

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Chang, the “national husband,” seems to many like a man who isn’t anything like that.

One Hong Kong newspaper column (link in Chinese), for example, describes him as a man who isn’t only handsome and well-built, but also emanates a sense of warmth and security. but it is embarrassing,” said Chang, when asked how he felt about the moniker “national husband.” “I have no idea why women see me that way.” Chang was speaking on the set of Trading Floor, Fox Networks Group’s first miniseries filmed and set in Asia, which is expected to be released at year’s end.

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“But to dream of a husband or a partner who does not cheat is simply naive and unrealistic.” A 2011 Durex survey (link in Chinese) revealed that nearly 30% of Hong Kong men admitted to cheating, a much higher percentage than in Taiwan, China, and the United States. “I think most men in Hong Kong cannot make women feel secure.

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