Instead of liking her for her personality, her style, her sense of humor or any of the other million things that make her unique, you are telling her you like her because of the random accident of birth.As a rule, during the first couple of hours you spend talking with a woman, completely avoid the words “Asia” and “Asian.” Of course there may be perfectly appropriate ways to use those words, but if you’re worried that your judgment will be clouded, then err on the side of caution and don’t use them.Once again, it’s okay if you’re into an Asian culture. You wouldn’t do that if you were talking to a non-Asian woman.Approach her as you would any other person, without specifically drawing attention to the fact that she’s Asian, and let it go from there. Some guys are only attracted to Asian women – something people usually call “yellow fever.” Our brains are wired how they’re wired, and if you have a case of it, there’s not much you can do about.STEP ONE: Finding an Asian Asian girls typically hang out at one of three places: the mall, the library, or Pinkberry. If, by the end of the night, she giggles into her napkin/hand fan, you've got yourself a second date.When you get there, look around: the best Asian girl to pick up will be the one wearing a hoodie and heels (there is always one). As she takes out her phone to tell you, you should make a nice comment about her phone flair (Asian girls always have some bedazzled jank hanging off our phones, usually a cartoon duck or a jade tiger). Asian girls will go on a date with anyone if she can tell a cutesy story about it later: "And then, after he saw my Keroppi keychain, he asked me out at Pinkberry! " STEP TWO: The First Date It doesn't matter where you take an Asian girl on a first date as long as you stick to the following topics of conversation: food, fashion, and making fun of other Asians ("So, your friends just stayed in and did math problems? However, no matter what you do, don't step on the yellow-fever land mine that is acknowledging the Asian fetish.
"Date an Asian chick" has become akin to "Go skydiving" or "Live in New York" in the veritable white guy bucket list.There is certainly a time and place to inquire about it, but within minutes of meeting her is just not the time.Be a good listener, be genuinely interested in what she has to say, and she’ll most likely reveal it to you on her own.The usual result is they say hello in Mandarin Chinese to a woman of Korean descent, who was born and raised in Fresno, California.Obviously, where she or her family are from is an important part of her life story.