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Mind you, perhaps that is not so surprising as, believe it or not, Taiwanese girls are ethnic Chinese girls too!
Another indisputable fact, of course if that Taiwanese girls are females—and probably, in reality, not that much different in behaviour or traits to other women in the US, Germany, UK or whichever country you wish to name.
Taiwanese girls, more often than not, seem to generally get “bad press”.
That is, most of what is written or reported about them on blogs, websites or other social media frequented by males—and not only foreigners from the West but also by other Asian expats—seems to err on the negative. One of my friends described the Taiwanese girls that he had met whilst living in Taipei as a cross between Hong Kong girls and Mainland Chinese girls, having characteristics of both of these other types of women.
In fact, it was only some 10-15 years ago that it was possible to travel directly to China and Taiwanese girls or males looking to visit the maternal homeland had to go via Hong Kong.
Many Taiwanese girls grew up in this period when China was far from the number two economy in the world and restrictions and limitations were common on social or other activities in China.
The next century into the 2000s continued with this transformation and, together with the Island’s democratisation, meant that Taiwanese girls became more visually socially, more independent and more demanding of relationships, yet still constrained by traditional family, societal and Confucian values.
All in all, given this backdrop and mix, Taiwanese girls can, perhaps, be described as a “blend” of the women of several Asian countries.
So the only way to find out is to try first hand—get to know a few Taiwanese girls at work or at play and find out which one of the often portrayed female is true.
Of course, when Taiwanese girls do get bad press there may well be some foundation to it, but, there again, many foreign men get bad press in dating circles too—and not all of them are bad…, right?