How To Get A Beautiful Chinese Girlfriend

Chinese women shouldn’t be too hard to find if you if live in a large American city. A lot of affluent Chinese families have been sending their daughters to study in the USA and perfect their English, since they recognize English as the global language of doing business — and the Chinese are all about business.

These women usually graduate from college and find jobs with Western companies. If you work in a Western corporation, the type of Asian women you are most likely to work with are Chinese women. Often, they are sexy, intelligent, and speak very good English.

In other words, they are a formidable challenge. These are not your average “third world girls” who are easily dazzled. The fact that you are a foreigner doesn’t carry much weight with them. These women know they have options, and so they tend to be choosy about the men they date.
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How To Attract Asian Women – 4 Easy Steps

Succeeding with Asian women — and succeeding in life, really — is all about expanding your “comfort zone.” If you currently are not dating and having sex on a regular basis, then it’s time for you to make some changes.

Here’s a solid piece of advice to start with:

#1. Get To Know The “Gate Keepers.”

It’s very important for you to start building “gate keeper relationships.” This means making AAFs (Asian Female Friends) who will then give you access to their networks of other Asian women. You probably won’t be having sex with any of these AAFs. Their function will be to introduce you to their cute friends and get you into their social circles.

When Asian women go out, they tend to hang together in groups, and it can be extremely hard to penetrate the group and introduce yourself when you don’t know any of them. The best possible way to meet a beautiful Asian girl is to be introduced to her by one of her friends who knows you (and vouches for you as a good guy).
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Opening Lines To Use When Approaching Asian Women

When starting conversations with girls, think in terms of Opener + Transition. This is the key to engaging women in good conversations. The two don’t need to be related at all. For example, I can Open a girl by asking her a question about her cell phone — but as soon as she answers, I can Transition onto another topic that is going to get her to share information about herself. (I don’t want to stand there for ten minutes making small-talk about her phone; I want to get to know her!)

You should never need to rely on cliche or obvious openers like “Do you have the time?” or “Hi, how are you?”

Model Queenie Also, never ask women permission to talk to them. Don’t say things like, “Excuse me, do you mind if I ask you something?” Or, “Pardon me, can I talk to you for a minute?”

This will only cause a woman to go into ‘defensive’ mode; her brain will come up with reasons not to engage in an interaction with you. It’s a built-in defense mechanism.

You’re some random guy and your intentions are unclear. She’s thinking, if she does allow you to talk to her, what’s going to happen next? Are you going to hit on her? Are you going to try to trap her in some boring conversation that she’ll need to escape from? Are you going to try to sell her something? What’s the deal here?

The point is, you never want to give her the opportunity to ‘disqualify’ you and blow you off. Jump right in with an effective Opener and follow with an effective Transition, and you’ll both be smiling and talking to each other without ever giving her ‘defense mechanisms’ a chance to kick in.

Just use common sense with these Openers. Obviously, a Japanese woman briskly walking down a crowded street in Tokyo is not going to want to stop and give you language lessons. And, keep in mind that Asian women in public places are self-conscious about other people watching them.

You should try to approach them in isolated areas where there aren’t a lot of other people around. For example, if you’re at an Asian supermarket or at a bookstore, approach the girl when she is browsing by herself. Don’t try to approach when she’s in the check-out line.

A NOTE ON BODY LANGUAGE: Your body language is as important as what you say. Show ‘open’ body language: stand tall, keep your chin up, and look relaxed. Get your hands out of your pockets! If you look awkward and uncomfortable, you’ll make her feel the same way.

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