You’ll notice that gold diggers often push their partners for expensive gifts, loans, and allowances.They usually feel entitled to the best that life has to offer without working for it.w=300&h=276" width="300" height="276" srcset="https://chinalovematchnet.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/chinese-business-woman-4001.jpg? w=300&h=276 300w, https://chinalovematchnet.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/chinese-business-woman-4001.jpg? w=150&h=138 150w, https://chinalovematchnet.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/chinese-business-woman-4001400w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / “I would rather cry in a BMW than smile on the back of my boyfriend’s bicycle,” said Ma Nuo, a modern Chinese woman who has infamously become the quintessential “bai jin nu,” or gold-digger.She does not want to marry for love; she wants her future husband to have money, period. If one would judge the situation only on the basis of the pre-requisite of a owning a house, and sometimes even a car, that many women state on their profiles on many dating websites, then it would seem to be the case.Advertising executive, Wei Na, from Beijing, said in a 2010 Los Angeles Times article, “My parents think it’s important….
With an exquisitely manicured finger, she points to a diamond encrusted wristwatch. The truth is I am not a City high-flyer and not even a plumber. After all, she was there to find a suitable man - and I was there to find a suitable woman. She adores nightclubs and giggles about getting in free on account of her uscule skirts.
Scroll down for more..."This is lovely," she tells me. Her blue eyes freeze and she removes her hand from my arm. She tells me: "I find myself very good-looking."She is proud of her curves - "Men are not dogs, they don't like bones" - and long legs. She's been in England since her parents sent her to boarding school at the age of 15.