So I’ll plug in and answer this because I am an African-American and I have lived in Shanghai, China for 6 years and have spent a few semesters in Beijing.
The simple answer is “not really.” The complicated answer is “It really depends.”You pretty much have to take it country by country and culture by culture.1.) East Asian cultures tend to have a bias for pale skin and an adoration for Europeans and white people, complemented by a bias against dark skin and a very visible disdain for Africans and black people-seeing them as poor, ugly and uneducated.
The question is why did this passage suddenly spark a fiery debate now?Rae debated whether to attend business school or law school before rising to prominence on HBO's ."I say that black women and Asian men are at the bottom of the dating totem pole," Rae told Wilmore at the time. Go to Match.com, go to anywhere, and you'll see the 'least chosen' is Raquonda and Lee." Rae continued, "This is speaking from my own college experience: My girlfriends and I would find that the pool of guys was so limited. Monday, the last day of April 2018, Issa Rae was trending on Twitter because of what she wrote about black women and Asian men in her book three years ago. Sometime late on Saturday night, Plan A’s Five Alive tweeted a passage from in which she wrote about interracial dating disparities hurting black women and Asian men in similar ways.Your best bet for dating success is probably Japan because of the influence of Hip-hop and the presence of the U. Out of 20 Chinese women, 1 will be attracted to black men.Group 20 groups of those 1/20 women and 1 will act on it, this is probably due to cultural pressure since many women in this part of the world use marriage as a means of social climbing.