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(Women of China)   Singles event promises to connect China's most beautiful women with rich men. Women who show up find one guy who says he's rich, a lie detector machine, and a sales pitch for cosmetics and jewelry   ( divider line
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2013-10-14 01:29:07 PM  
3 votes:

illannoyin: "I'd rather cry in the back of my husband's Mercedes than smile on the back of his bicycle." -Chinese female proverb

I went to go search for some other chinese proverbs regarding women and came up with these:

The scholar builds the cities, the woman knocks them down.

The woman who tells her age is either too young to have anything to lose or too old to have anything to gain

Beauty is the wisdom of women. Wisdom is the beauty of men.

A young woman with an old man is really someone else's woman.

A curious woman is capable of turning around the rainbow just to see what is on the other side.

The virtue of a woman does not go deep but her passion knows no limit.

The tongue of a woman is the sword that is never allowed to rust.

The spirit of women is made of quicksilver; their heart of wax.

Man is the head of the family, woman the neck that turns the head.

Women and fools never forgive.

Women never praise without gossiping.
2013-10-14 10:36:40 AM  
2 votes:
I showed up in hopes of attaching myself to a rich man, and now I feel used.
2013-10-14 04:28:01 PM  
1 vote:

illannoyin: Best reality show idea ever.

'Joe Millionaire China'. Set up a guy as a Chinese millionaire in a swanky Beijing apartment, car, the works. Put the word out to China's gold diggers and have them "date" for a couple of weeks. Then, watch the fireworks when he breaks up with them. I bet those ladies would do some really entertaining things to try and hold on to the lifestyle.

I saw an interview with the "bachelor" from the first Joe Millionaire. It was sad. The guy was a complete male version of an air head, but he was saying that he nailed most of those chicks on the show multiple times. He said it wasn't even a challenge, they all thought he was mega rich and were falling over themselves and doing anything to get him. He said after the first day he could tell who were the plants and who were really their thinking they were on a show because the women who thought it was a real show all offered up the ass by the end of the first day.
2013-10-14 02:33:39 PM  
1 vote:

phaseolus: Resident Muslim: dittybopper: Resident Muslim: Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."

Also, "No tea, no talk".

You got the tea scam?

For those of you interested in going to China some day, or considering, here is how the tea scam goes down:
A lady or two approach you, very friendly, if the "we're just looking for a good time" approach doesn't hook you, they go for the "we're students and it would be great if we could practice with you"
They then take you to a tea house or a bar where they order drinks that you later find out cost ridiculous amounts of money. This includes rare and delicate teas that cost a fortune.

Hence tea scam.

I only went to China once, and all I got was "caaaaanYOOOOOOUhellllpmeeeeeI'mmmmVERRRRRRyyyyyHUNNNNNNNgryyy". Over and over and over.

And a few "Hello? Hello? Genuine Lolex"es and one very pushy Buddhist who wouldn't take less than 100RMB in return for something that looked like a Buddha Pokemon card.

Ah, you are talking about the market/street version.
I actually got to see the Tea Scam in action in malls. (We were a largish group). I heard several people talking about it as well.
Kind of a classier scam with good-looking girls who speak decent English, so I'm guessing the Tea Houses pay them (relatively) well.
2013-10-14 01:26:09 PM  
1 vote:
I've been to China a couple of times. And I'll just say this, if I was a guy over there I'd skip out on the Chinese and marry from a neighboring country.
Talking to women over there, you get a real sense of entitlement and of being a 'rare commodity' (excuse the term) that is really off putting.
Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."
I kid you not.

/Can you imagine hearing "50 million other Chinese guys wanted me. I could have had any one of them!"
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