Asian-australians are on average shorter than other races.
I'm 5'8 (5'9 in shoes) and back home I'm above average in height but I feel a little short here in Sydney.
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Dating in NYC comes with a lot of FOMO — we always think we can do better because for the most part, we can.
So we date reluctantly, always on the lookout for something better.
Now that got me thinking, is this even a thing in Australia especially in Sydney one of the most multicultural and progressive cities in Australia.
The problem you're describing may be less to do with ethnicity and maybe more to do with culture or attitude.Of my five-and-a-half years in New York, I’ve spent four of them single in the city.I’ve definitely met some pretty amazing people, along with an equal amount of terrible ones.I'm white Aussie (for the want of a better way of putting it) and I've dated like three, four guys of SE Asian background? It's pretty common, at least in my circle of thirty something inner suburb types.
Not Asian but thought I'd chime in here: I have an Asian friend who is knee-deep in all kinds of pussy after he joined a salsa dancing class.
The TLDR version is Asian men in Western countries are emasculated by the mainstream media (think the asexual nerd) while Asian women are sexualised resulting in Asian women being more desired and Asian men being seen as less desirable and at the bottom of the dating pole of attraction causing resentment against Asian women and White people.