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(08-17-2016 10:24 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 03:53 PM)Hercules Wrote:  I'm a korean-american dude, been traveling all over asia this past summer. While i'm still crafting my game, being asian raised in the Anglosphere absolutely kills in Asia. It for sure gives a social status among locals because to come from America/UK/Australia is to have been well educated, rich, etc. (at least in the locals' eyes). This thread's giving me some good intel and confirming what I've been experiencing, so I guess kudos.

Herc, how has your experience in Korea been?

I suspect me being Korean who speaks Korean natively might make my situation a bit different from, say, someone who's ethnically Chinese, Japanese, etc. For starters, Koreans are pretty xenophobic so there are venues where foreigners aren't permitted entry (Green Light at Hongdae is a prominent example). I'm a decent looking guy so I do get quite a bit of eye stares (much more so than in USA) but that doesn't really have to do with my background, just appearance.

The real difference was when I was talking. You approach them in English first, then transition into Korean, and you can see in their eyes easily if they want to fuck or not. A lot of cases, it is. Many Korean girls don't want ONS and you'll have to get their number and go on a couple of dates before the sex though.

In this aspect, I heavily prefer Japan or SEA -- especially Thailand. I've gotten better reception there than in Korea... Honestly don't really have much love for Seoul/Korea but it's like a neutral ground for me.
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(08-18-2016 06:42 PM)Hercules Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 10:24 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 03:53 PM)Hercules Wrote:  I'm a korean-american dude, been traveling all over asia this past summer. While i'm still crafting my game, being asian raised in the Anglosphere absolutely kills in Asia. It for sure gives a social status among locals because to come from America/UK/Australia is to have been well educated, rich, etc. (at least in the locals' eyes). This thread's giving me some good intel and confirming what I've been experiencing, so I guess kudos.

Herc, how has your experience in Korea been?

I suspect me being Korean who speaks Korean natively might make my situation a bit different from, say, someone who's ethnically Chinese, Japanese, etc. For starters, Koreans are pretty xenophobic so there are venues where foreigners aren't permitted entry (Green Light at Hongdae is a prominent example). I'm a decent looking guy so I do get quite a bit of eye stares (much more so than in USA) but that doesn't really have to do with my background, just appearance.

The real difference was when I was talking. You approach them in English first, then transition into Korean, and you can see in their eyes easily if they want to fuck or not. A lot of cases, it is. Many Korean girls don't want ONS and you'll have to get their number and go on a couple of dates before the sex though.

In this aspect, I heavily prefer Japan or SEA -- especially Thailand. I've gotten better reception there than in Korea... Honestly don't really have much love for Seoul/Korea but it's like a neutral ground for me.

Herc. The reason I asked was because my experience differs quite dramatically from yours.

I have gamed many koreans outside of Korea i.e those who speak English, albeit to a varying degree of fluency, and have had no problems whatsoever. In fact, I would go as far as to say that Korean women outside of Korea are much easier than Chinese women. I say this because I speak mandarin and it has made no difference.

Could you run me through what your routine in Korean language is like? What direction does the conversation usually go? Do you run unviversal game in Korean, or do you run K-specific game?

While I do agree with you that the reception in Thailand is perhaps the best in Asia, if you are a well put together foreigner, I would argue that the quality in Korea is the best. I haven't been to Japan so I shall not comment on it.

Nevertheless, I am contemplating making a trip to Korea one day and will probably spend some time learning the language.

Many thanks.
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RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia
(08-18-2016 06:42 PM)Hercules Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 10:24 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 03:53 PM)Hercules Wrote:  I'm a korean-american dude, been traveling all over asia this past summer. While i'm still crafting my game, being asian raised in the Anglosphere absolutely kills in Asia. It for sure gives a social status among locals because to come from America/UK/Australia is to have been well educated, rich, etc. (at least in the locals' eyes). This thread's giving me some good intel and confirming what I've been experiencing, so I guess kudos.

Herc, how has your experience in Korea been?

I suspect me being Korean who speaks Korean natively might make my situation a bit different from, say, someone who's ethnically Chinese, Japanese, etc. For starters, Koreans are pretty xenophobic so there are venues where foreigners aren't permitted entry (Green Light at Hongdae is a prominent example). I'm a decent looking guy so I do get quite a bit of eye stares (much more so than in USA) but that doesn't really have to do with my background, just appearance.

The real difference was when I was talking. You approach them in English first, then transition into Korean, and you can see in their eyes easily if they want to fuck or not. A lot of cases, it is. Many Korean girls don't want ONS and you'll have to get their number and go on a couple of dates before the sex though.

In this aspect, I heavily prefer Japan or SEA -- especially Thailand. I've gotten better reception there than in Korea... Honestly don't really have much love for Seoul/Korea but it's like a neutral ground for me.

How'd you like Green Light? Whenever I pass by the line is nuts (tried waiting for like 30 minutes once, didn't move at all)

(08-18-2016 08:16 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-18-2016 06:42 PM)Hercules Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 10:24 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 03:53 PM)Hercules Wrote:  I'm a korean-american dude, been traveling all over asia this past summer. While i'm still crafting my game, being asian raised in the Anglosphere absolutely kills in Asia. It for sure gives a social status among locals because to come from America/UK/Australia is to have been well educated, rich, etc. (at least in the locals' eyes). This thread's giving me some good intel and confirming what I've been experiencing, so I guess kudos.

Herc, how has your experience in Korea been?

I suspect me being Korean who speaks Korean natively might make my situation a bit different from, say, someone who's ethnically Chinese, Japanese, etc. For starters, Koreans are pretty xenophobic so there are venues where foreigners aren't permitted entry (Green Light at Hongdae is a prominent example). I'm a decent looking guy so I do get quite a bit of eye stares (much more so than in USA) but that doesn't really have to do with my background, just appearance.

The real difference was when I was talking. You approach them in English first, then transition into Korean, and you can see in their eyes easily if they want to fuck or not. A lot of cases, it is. Many Korean girls don't want ONS and you'll have to get their number and go on a couple of dates before the sex though.

In this aspect, I heavily prefer Japan or SEA -- especially Thailand. I've gotten better reception there than in Korea... Honestly don't really have much love for Seoul/Korea but it's like a neutral ground for me.

Herc. The reason I asked was because my experience differs quite dramatically from yours.

I have gamed many koreans outside of Korea i.e those who speak English, albeit to a varying degree of fluency, and have had no problems whatsoever. In fact, I would go as far as to say that Korean women outside of Korea are much easier than Chinese women. I say this because I speak mandarin and it has made no difference.

Could you run me through what your routine in Korean language is like? What direction does the conversation usually go? Do you run unviversal game in Korean, or do you run K-specific game?

While I do agree with you that the reception in Thailand is perhaps the best in Asia, if you are a well put together foreigner, I would argue that the quality in Korea is the best. I haven't been to Japan so I shall not comment on it.

Nevertheless, I am contemplating making a trip to Korea one day and will probably spend some time learning the language.

Many thanks.

If you're Chinese I'd consider lying and saying you're not unless you're good looking (tall) af

Maybe others with experience can chime in but general perception of Chinese people amongst Koreans is low class/unfavorable (just the truth)

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RE: The Asian Travel Guide to Asia
(08-18-2016 08:45 PM)whiteknightrises Wrote:  
(08-18-2016 06:42 PM)Hercules Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 10:24 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 03:53 PM)Hercules Wrote:  I'm a korean-american dude, been traveling all over asia this past summer. While i'm still crafting my game, being asian raised in the Anglosphere absolutely kills in Asia. It for sure gives a social status among locals because to come from America/UK/Australia is to have been well educated, rich, etc. (at least in the locals' eyes). This thread's giving me some good intel and confirming what I've been experiencing, so I guess kudos.

Herc, how has your experience in Korea been?

I suspect me being Korean who speaks Korean natively might make my situation a bit different from, say, someone who's ethnically Chinese, Japanese, etc. For starters, Koreans are pretty xenophobic so there are venues where foreigners aren't permitted entry (Green Light at Hongdae is a prominent example). I'm a decent looking guy so I do get quite a bit of eye stares (much more so than in USA) but that doesn't really have to do with my background, just appearance.

The real difference was when I was talking. You approach them in English first, then transition into Korean, and you can see in their eyes easily if they want to fuck or not. A lot of cases, it is. Many Korean girls don't want ONS and you'll have to get their number and go on a couple of dates before the sex though.

In this aspect, I heavily prefer Japan or SEA -- especially Thailand. I've gotten better reception there than in Korea... Honestly don't really have much love for Seoul/Korea but it's like a neutral ground for me.

How'd you like Green Light? Whenever I pass by the line is nuts (tried waiting for like 30 minutes once, didn't move at all)

(08-18-2016 08:16 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-18-2016 06:42 PM)Hercules Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 10:24 PM)Agreddor Wrote:  
(08-17-2016 03:53 PM)Hercules Wrote:  I'm a korean-american dude, been traveling all over asia this past summer. While i'm still crafting my game, being asian raised in the Anglosphere absolutely kills in Asia. It for sure gives a social status among locals because to come from America/UK/Australia is to have been well educated, rich, etc. (at least in the locals' eyes). This thread's giving me some good intel and confirming what I've been experiencing, so I guess kudos.

Herc, how has your experience in Korea been?

I suspect me being Korean who speaks Korean natively might make my situation a bit different from, say, someone who's ethnically Chinese, Japanese, etc. For starters, Koreans are pretty xenophobic so there are venues where foreigners aren't permitted entry (Green Light at Hongdae is a prominent example). I'm a decent looking guy so I do get quite a bit of eye stares (much more so than in USA) but that doesn't really have to do with my background, just appearance.

The real difference was when I was talking. You approach them in English first, then transition into Korean, and you can see in their eyes easily if they want to fuck or not. A lot of cases, it is. Many Korean girls don't want ONS and you'll have to get their number and go on a couple of dates before the sex though.

In this aspect, I heavily prefer Japan or SEA -- especially Thailand. I've gotten better reception there than in Korea... Honestly don't really have much love for Seoul/Korea but it's like a neutral ground for me.

Herc. The reason I asked was because my experience differs quite dramatically from yours.

I have gamed many koreans outside of Korea i.e those who speak English, albeit to a varying degree of fluency, and have had no problems whatsoever. In fact, I would go as far as to say that Korean women outside of Korea are much easier than Chinese women. I say this because I speak mandarin and it has made no difference.

Could you run me through what your routine in Korean language is like? What direction does the conversation usually go? Do you run unviversal game in Korean, or do you run K-specific game?

While I do agree with you that the reception in Thailand is perhaps the best in Asia, if you are a well put together foreigner, I would argue that the quality in Korea is the best. I haven't been to Japan so I shall not comment on it.

Nevertheless, I am contemplating making a trip to Korea one day and will probably spend some time learning the language.

Many thanks.

If you're Chinese I'd consider lying and saying you're not unless you're good looking (tall) af

Maybe others with experience can chime in but general perception of Chinese people amongst Koreans is low class/unfavorable (just the truth)

I do agree with you that Chinese people get a bad rep for being loud and boorish/ poorly dressed and generally unpleasant to be around. I feel that way about many chinese people too.

However, I've never had an issue with my ethnicity and have gone as far as to point out to korean women (who aernt in korea) that Korea was a vassal state of China and there are similarities in chinese and korean culture.

With regard to my appearance, I am well-dressed, in good shape and am neither tall nor short, but taller than most asian people. In short, there has never been a need for me to lie about where I'm from.

I think you've missed the point of my question. I was asking about gaming korean women in Korea, as a non-korean, not about gaming korean women in general.
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If you haven't had issues with being Chinese then keep doing that

Re: Chinese suzerainty - in a year of being in Korea, I don't think that topic has come up once. I think the most history people know are Japanese colonization/King Sejong making the Korean alphabet. Without this turning into another race battle (I understand you are proud of your heritage as am I), I'm just telling you the reality on the ground - most people associate China with loud, boorish, dirty etc people vs. Chinese tributary system. This gets reinforced by the many Chinese tourists that come to Korea and personify that image

Also, that is addressing the point of your question: that is about gaming Korean women *in Korea* as a non-Korean (specifically Chinese or SE Asian). You said you've had it easy with Korean women outside Korea - I can confirm that's true with my experiences, too but that's probably true for every ethnicity ("vacation mode" "expat/I don't know anyone Sex in the City mode")

I am planning a trip to Japan right now and dealing with the reality (based on what I've been reading/hearing from people) that being Korean is a potential disadvantage there. Considering lying and saying I'm Jap-American. Sometimes you gotta leave the ego/pride at the door

But anyway, I think Zerdame in here said his background wasn't an issue (don't know if he banged though) so only real answer is to come here and try

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(08-18-2016 11:03 PM)whiteknightrises Wrote:  If you haven't had issues with being Chinese then keep doing that

Re: Chinese suzerainty - in a year of being in Korea, I don't think that topic has come up once. I think the most history people know are Japanese colonization/King Sejong making the Korean alphabet. Without this turning into another race battle (I understand you are proud of your heritage as am I), I'm just telling you the reality on the ground - most people associate China with loud, boorish, dirty etc people vs. Chinese tributary system. This gets reinforced by the many Chinese tourists that come to Korea and personify that image

Also, that is addressing the point of your question: that is about gaming Korean women *in Korea* as a non-Korean (specifically Chinese or SE Asian). You said you've had it easy with Korean women outside Korea - I can confirm that's true with my experiences, too but that's probably true for every ethnicity ("vacation mode" "expat/I don't know anyone Sex in the City mode")

I am planning a trip to Japan right now and dealing with the reality (based on what I've been reading/hearing from people) that being Korean is a potential disadvantage there. Considering lying and saying I'm Jap-American. Sometimes you gotta leave the ego/pride at the door

But anyway, I think Zerdame in here said his background wasn't an issue (don't know if he banged though) so only real answer is to come here and try

No worries man, I actually agree with you on your sentiments about Chinese people getting a bad rep. These are facts; mainland tourists do behave this way and it is a pity that a few bad apples spoil the entire basket. I personally don't have much of an affinity with my heritage and am not interested in the values advocated by my people. In fact, I am rather disenchanted by the values (or lack thereof) of mainlanders.

Could you share with us, how you run game in Korea then?

About lying about being Jap-American. Do you speak Japanese?

I have met Zerdame in person and can vouch for for his success based on how detailed his anecdotes are and their consistency.
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Could you share with us, how you run game in Korea then?

I'll prob write a longer post on it eventually but there isn't anything really special or specific to Korea that I can think of right now
- Maybe height - wear height shoes if you aren't at least 5'11 (180cm) - otherwise you are a loser (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6dVgeMmQ_M) - obviously you can still get it if you're short, just gonna be harder
- Flash money if you can/buy tables - Koreans are materialistic. Definitely even more than Americans and that's saying something
- Look for girls with red face - maybe hard to tell in club/bar lighting + when they have make up but girls who get red usually can't drink
- I screen hard but that is something I always do. I saw some post on here that said probably ~1/3 of Korean girls are just prude as fuck and you aren't getting anything (like definitely not a ONS, but maybe with a few dates). I'd say (as an average guy without extreme looks/money/status) the number of girls in Korea on any given night that are down for ONS are very low. Just gotta keep hunting until you find one. Even then, logistics are a bitch (friends) so that pool is very narrow. I don't waste time on any one chick

About lying about being Jap-American. Do you speak Japanese?
No but I just downloaded Pimsleur/gonna start today

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(08-21-2016 01:59 AM)whiteknightrises Wrote:  Could you share with us, how you run game in Korea then?

I'll prob write a longer post on it eventually but there isn't anything really special or specific to Korea that I can think of right now
- Maybe height - wear height shoes if you aren't at least 5'11 (180cm) - otherwise you are a loser (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6dVgeMmQ_M) - obviously you can still get it if you're short, just gonna be harder
- Flash money if you can/buy tables - Koreans are materialistic. Definitely even more than Americans and that's saying something
- Look for girls with red face - maybe hard to tell in club/bar lighting + when they have make up but girls who get red usually can't drink
- I screen hard but that is something I always do. I saw some post on here that said probably ~1/3 of Korean girls are just prude as fuck and you aren't getting anything (like definitely not a ONS, but maybe with a few dates). I'd say (as an average guy without extreme looks/money/status) the number of girls in Korea on any given night that are down for ONS are very low. Just gotta keep hunting until you find one. Even then, logistics are a bitch (friends) so that pool is very narrow. I don't waste time on any one chick

About lying about being Jap-American. Do you speak Japanese?
No but I just downloaded Pimsleur/gonna start today

Excellent points. I will discuss further with you via PM
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(08-18-2016 08:45 PM)whiteknightrises Wrote:  If you're Chinese I'd consider lying and saying you're not unless you're good looking (tall) af

Maybe others with experience can chime in but general perception of Chinese people amongst Koreans is low class/unfavorable (just the truth)

Don't need to totally lie about it. An ethnic Chinese person can always just say that they're Singaporean or Taiwanese or just say you're a Hongkie from Vancouver. I'm kind of curious what Koreans think of those other nationalities.


It's like being Chinese without the ghetto associations that come attached to people from the mainland.

I totally agree with the rap of Mainland Chinese though. It's one of the primary reasons why I don't spend much time on the mainland.

I understand mainland Chinese people enough to get along with them but to me it's just not the best way to spend the prime years of my life. I definitely experience mainland fatigue after awhile.
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What is mainland fatigue?
Why not spend sometime in mainland in your prime years?
I thought china was full of opportunities to grow your career.
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(08-21-2016 05:21 AM)El Chinito loco Wrote:  
(08-18-2016 08:45 PM)whiteknightrises Wrote:  If you're Chinese I'd consider lying and saying you're not unless you're good looking (tall) af

Maybe others with experience can chime in but general perception of Chinese people amongst Koreans is low class/unfavorable (just the truth)

Don't need to totally lie about it. An ethnic Chinese person can always just say that they're Singaporean or Taiwanese or just say you're a Hongkie from Vancouver. I'm kind of curious what Koreans think of those other nationalities.


It's like being Chinese without the ghetto associations that come attached to people from the mainland.

I totally agree with the rap of Mainland Chinese though. It's one of the primary reasons why I don't spend much time on the mainland.

I understand mainland Chinese people enough to get along with them but to me it's just not the best way to spend the prime years of my life. I definitely experience mainland fatigue after awhile.

Might make a difference but I don't think Korean people differentiate like that. If you are Chinese you are Chinese. I mean they can probably tell if you're dressed ok and kinda cool that you aren't one of the tourists that roll in packs of 20-30 people talking really loud and dipping their feet into the fountain at the Louvre. Same way even though I spent my entire life outside Korea, people see me as Korean/some expect me to be 100% fluent in the language

Here is the general Korean worldview:

Whites > Japan > Korea > other Asians (Chinese, SE Asian) > Indians > Blacks
Didn't include Middle Eastern/Latin because they seem to be outliers in terms of thinking about our relative position to them. I guess these days most people just think IS/terrorism when they think Middle East. FWIW, saw some Latin guys making moves at a Hongdae (student area) bar the other day but it was a foreigner bar/had Latin music playing (playing to niche?)

Was talking with some friends last night. Racism is basically ingrained in us or maybe even genetic, I don't know. And all of us have lived abroad, upper class/"good" education, etc.

But it's really the same anywhere. People put people into boxes. E.g. white people basically looking down on everyone or like (the rich ones) being afraid to go somewhere cuz there were too many blacks or something - written on their face but don't say it ("it looks dangerous")

Side note:

Came across this Insta page today:
https://www.instagram.com/asiansurgery/

Plastic surgery is truly some wild shit. If you an ugly ninja get your ass to Korea ASAP

E.g.

[Image: OgBiuUd.jpg]

You could probably find at least a thousand (probably much more) girls that look like that (the after pic)

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Any 1st world Asian country's Views: Host country > Whites > Other NE Asians >(Latin population so small so probably here> SEA > Indians > Middle Easterners > Blacks
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I am latin, I really like the 2 last post, I imagine something like that. A good part of my family are japanese who lives there, i don`t know about the status of latinos in Asia, but your points of view are interesting, Fuerzas.

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Hey guys, so I just downloaded the BeeTalk app because I heard it's the most popular app for meeting girls in Vietnam. After I browsed the members, I was rather disappointed in the talent. They all seemed to take to the childish K-pop look and even strike cutesy poses.

As a western Asian guy, I find the westernized Asian look here in the states to be much more attractive. Like highlights, sexy and modern style. I'm not saying I'd want the full blown import model girl look, but if I had to choose between the two, I'd pick that. But I guess the baby doll image for girls is all the rage over there and the local guys like it.

Also, is it just me but do you notice Asian girl raised in the west look physically different than the ones back in Asia? If two people were dressed exactly the same but one was a FOB I can tell exactly who's the FOB just by looking at the face. It may have to do with the diet or difference in hormones or something.
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^ Kind of a broad statement to make about "Westernized Asian girls" vs. "Asian girls in Asia."

By overgeneralizing, you're essentially saying the Viets, Chinese, Taiwanese, Koreans, Filipinas, etc all look the same within the US or within Asia, which isn't the case.

Just because you might not be that impressed with looks of Viet girls in VN through online pipelining doesn't mean you'd automatically feel the same way about gals in S. Korea/Thailand/Japan as well....

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(08-27-2016 05:36 PM)Brosemite Wrote:  ^ Kind of a broad statement to make about "Westernized Asian girls" vs. "Asian girls in Asia."

By overgeneralizing, you're essentially saying the Viets, Chinese, Taiwanese, Koreans, Filipinas, etc all look the same within the US or within Asia, which isn't the case.

Just because you might not be that impressed with looks of Viet girls in VN through online pipelining doesn't mean you'd automatically feel the same way about gals in S. Korea/Thailand/Japan as well....

Online pipelining is not a good indication of talent, the best-looking girls are not usually online.

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Sorry wanted to clarify - was asking my Korean-Korean friend about this out of curiosity (our perceived status relative to Japan). His answer is better than mine since I did not grow up in Korea

Here is the general Korean worldview (just talking about people):

Whites > Korea > Japan > other Asians (Chinese, SE Asian) > Indians > Blacks
Didn't include Middle Eastern/Latin because they seem to be outliers in terms of thinking about our relative position to them. I guess these days most people just think IS/terrorism when they think Middle East. FWIW, saw some Latin guys making moves at a Hongdae (student area) bar the other day but it was a foreigner bar/had Latin music playing (playing to niche?)

In terms of country (e.g. country's economic power, etc - only thing changed is Japan/Korea - Japan being considered an "advanced" or "developed" country. Korea being ~middle tier compared to top tier ~USA, Europe, Japan)

Whites > Japan > Korea > other Asians (Chinese, SE Asian) > Indians > Blacks

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Asia is a really nice region in the map of the world. According to traveling point of view, it is a once promising region for exploring different kinds of laces. I also like this region for traveling. But all of you also shared great information about this region in other way. Keep it up and also share this kind of stuff with all of us in future also.
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I've noticed something traveling in Asia is that I think that being raised abroad you only get a real bonus if your native in english and the local language because you can play either card. I also think online dating is a lot different because your using major western apps like tinder and dating websites geared towards people from the west so girls expecations are skewed. The girls you get are going to be a lot different than non asian guys.
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Most asians in the west are white washed, so its very rare for an asian from the west to still speak fluently in the native language. Its a shame because the asians from the west who can still speak fluently in their native language not only have better access to girls, they also have more opportunity at jobs and wealth. As asian countries become more developed and the world commerce is more connected due to broadband technology, western education is highly sought after in asia. A trade in the west might be slow, but over in asia, that trade is in very high demand, which leads to a lot of entrepreneurship opportunity.

If I had the choice to either be really rich in asia, or just be average in the west, I would choose asia in a heart beat. Just think of all the hot girls you could bang if you were rich.
(01-17-2017 10:25 PM)Jack Of All Trades Wrote:  I've noticed something traveling in Asia is that I think that being raised abroad you only get a real bonus if your native in english and the local language because you can play either card. I also think online dating is a lot different because your using major western apps like tinder and dating websites geared towards people from the west so girls expecations are skewed. The girls you get are going to be a lot different than non asian guys.
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Mmm very amateur statement.
Do you know anyone who got rich in Asia?
It's not as easy as you would think.

Also your statement about education, do you know how many Asians return to Asia after some kind of education in the states? Are you one of them? And do you know the salary paid to these people?
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I'm heading off to Vietnam later this week. I'm wondering what the Vietnamese girls think about white-washed Chinese guys? So far on Tinder and Vietnamcupid, I'm getting a lot of girls asking me if I speak Vietnamese or if I'm Viet. I tell some of them that I was born in Vietnam but raised in the West while others I tell I'm Vietnamese/Chinese. It hasn't seem to make much of a difference so far as I'm able to get their numbers relatively easy but I'm wondering if this is going to present any issues once I get there?
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when I say asia, I dont mean just any country in asia, there are only a select
few countries where there are a lot of opportunities.

If you want to make big bucks in asia, you cant assume your
"some kind of education' is enough, you need a masters degree or higher. Companies in asia hire managers with masters
degree and pay them big bucks because asian companies have a huge customer base due to the population of asians in asia,
this leads to massive profits.

Put it this way if you have a masters degree or higher, chances are you will be highly sought after in asia, but then again with a masters
degree you wont have trouble making a living in the western world.

A person working in trades in the west might make average money cause the trade they are in is slow, but that
same trade is actually in high demand in asia, which means they can start their own company. and the reason why that trade is in high demand
is because some asian countries are rapidly modernizing just like 70 years ago when first world countries like the US was rapidly modernizing.




(01-18-2017 10:15 AM)worldtraveler3 Wrote:  Mmm very amateur statement.
Do you know anyone who got rich in Asia?
It's not as easy as you would think.

Also your statement about education, do you know how many Asians return to Asia after some kind of education in the states? Are you one of them? And do you know the salary paid to these people?
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nah. masters isnt gonna help much.plenty of returnees with masters or even doctors from reputable universities paid peanuts.

You can make big bucks (hundreds and thousands of dollars a year) in places like hong kong and singapore, but the competition will be very strong. And you really need to be 1 in a million to in that position, which you are also do in the west.

Banks are not even hiring expats without some asia experience these days in hk and singapore, (without mandarin should be ok), as there are tonnes of finance guys in these cities.

If you do find a niche where your products/trade is demanded by asian consumers, sure i think it can go big. Those luxury brands in the last 10 years did this, but that sector is slowing down rapidly. The other route is join some start up like Grab taxi, they are rapidly expanding.




(01-18-2017 08:13 PM)VKdog Wrote:  when I say asia, I dont mean just any country in asia, there are only a select
few countries where there are a lot of opportunities.

If you want to make big bucks in asia, you cant assume your
"some kind of education' is enough, you need a masters degree or higher. Companies in asia hire managers with masters
degree and pay them big bucks because asian companies have a huge customer base due to the population of asians in asia,
this leads to massive profits.

Put it this way if you have a masters degree or higher, chances are you will be highly sought after in asia, but then again with a masters
degree you wont have trouble making a living in the western world.

A person working in trades in the west might make average money cause the trade they are in is slow, but that
same trade is actually in high demand in asia, which means they can start their own company. and the reason why that trade is in high demand
is because some asian countries are rapidly modernizing just like 70 years ago when first world countries like the US was rapidly modernizing.




(01-18-2017 10:15 AM)worldtraveler3 Wrote:  Mmm very amateur statement.
Do you know anyone who got rich in Asia?
It's not as easy as you would think.

Also your statement about education, do you know how many Asians return to Asia after some kind of education in the states? Are you one of them? And do you know the salary paid to these people?
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Money talks, if a large company in asia wants to maintain its profit margins then it needs qualified and educated senior managers. So I highly doubt a large company in asia will pay their senior managers peanuts.

the only reason why a company would pay their senior managers peanuts is due to a small profit margin, and a company with small profit margins wont be able to hire foreign graduates with high degrees because all the large companies who have huge profit margins have hired them.

A qualified senior manager with the right skills can acutally help a company increase its profit margin, so any company looking to increase their profit margin will look for foreign canidates with high degrees of education.
(01-19-2017 04:59 AM)worldtraveler3 Wrote:  nah. masters isnt gonna help much.plenty of returnees with masters or even doctors from reputable universities paid peanuts.
You can make big bucks (hundreds and thousands of dollars a year) in places like hong kong and singapore, but the competition will be very strong. And you really need to be 1 in a million to in that position, which you are also do in the west.

Banks are not even hiring expats without some asia experience these days in hk and singapore, (without mandarin should be ok), as there are tonnes of finance guys in these cities.

If you do find a niche where your products/trade is demanded by asian consumers, sure i think it can go big. Those luxury brands in the last 10 years did this, but that sector is slowing down rapidly. The other route is join some start up like Grab taxi, they are rapidly expanding.
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