Japanese people in general are open to their single women having fun and doing what they want. In reality if you dig deeper you'll find another story. If you want to date a "high status" Thai (white skin, looks Chinese) you might have to accept a more conservative culture.Granted - once they get married there are conservative cultural expectations that they must meet. If you want to date the tanner skinned Thais then it's a different story.So if these are the most conservative - what's a step away from the 'strict dating scene'?If you date in these places you might come across the conservative culture.In my opinion the most conservative countries (in terms of culture and social expectations) are • Korea • Indonesia • Laos • Mainland China If you date Asian women from these places in their countries you can expect a lot of social resistance.
Granted it's always good to ask yourself if it's worth learning an East Asian language while in the Orient.In fact your world will turn upside down once you understand how your dating life will depend on the culture AND the social expectations.Get a quick look at the conservativeness of • North-Eastern countries like Japan and Korea • Eastern countries like Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan • South Eastern countries like Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Indonesia Get a quick idea of what it's like to date in this part of the world and decide for yourself if you'd like to move here.So which one(s) are the most conservative and which ones aren't?