There were 300,000 students from China studying in the US in the 2013/14 school year, but the population pool still seems too small for romance."The Chinese circle in the US is actually very small," said Chu Rui, a graduate student at Penn."I want to go further, to marriage." The 6-foot-tall, gym-going gent doesn't lack female friends, and he has seen girls of his type. "When I think of the future prospects with her or life goals of two individuals," he said, "we might not really fit." Lu Huiquan in New York contributed to this story.
Afterwards, they have to find a company that will provide them with a working visa (H1-B) to work legally in the US.Despite descending from a country so massive, people with Chinese heritage still share a common culture and value system that rings true with many other Asian cultures.The importance of family, honor, and hard work are reflected in all aspects of life, including romantic relationships and dating.These are all blatant generalizations, and these social biases are often untrue.As a strong-minded Asian American woman, I embody characteristics that are quite the opposite of the submissive stereotype, and know many Asian men who break the boundaries of their misconstrued identity as well.