Bay area asian dating
[I'm a female and no comment on the dating scene there].
I never thought I'd say this, but to me it's a toss up now. I actually prefer aspects of so cal to the bay area now, a sharp departure for somebody like me.
The US does have several cities with China towns and Japanese influence has been felt, as well.
Sometimes you'll hear 'east indian', but it's not as common. 'West Indian' which is Caribbean] And I have lived around the world and in many areas of the US, grew up on the east coast, etc.
Golden Gate Park has a singles event every week, at the California Academy of Sciences. If he thinks bars and clubs are the places to meet women, he's misguided. But, then, San Francisco would not have the best market/ratio for that. Just sayin', as mentioned in this thread, it's the demographics (along with population size overall) that will influence the 'type' of dating environment desired by the OP or anyone else.100% correct.[I realize this is the dominant culture speak, so groups may not reference themselves in that way.] That may change in the future, but for now, it is customary to say Asian and think Korea/China/Japan. By a weird quirk of fate, I have a strange dual life: I am a software engineer in San Francisco, and an actor in Los Angeles. Let me tell you, I met more women walking into bars to kill an hour here and there in LA than I have met in YEARS of deliberately going out all night in SF.I just find it funny that you are flustered that people are not categorizing ethnic or racial groups the way you are accustomed, and so therefore they must be 'wrong'. lol And the part that is scientifically studied is quite dynamic and not set in stone. How San Francisco got a reputation for tolerance, I will never understand.The male/female ratio in clubs tends to be bad in many cities; I've heard the same thing about Seattle.Where the women are is in the Sierra Club hiking groups, the enviro and political action orgs, the many free concerts in the Bay Area, the wine tastings at the wineries, and various volunteer and community organizations.
It just seems like it would integral to the industry.