Dating sites with beuty standards
She looked at me with surprise, and said, "you eat dinner? " She then confessed that after going home for Chinese New Year she had gained a kilogram or so.Therefore, when term restarted, she had stopped eating dinner. My language partner is by no means fat, or even pudgy.If I mentally list all the female Chinese stars I know, they all exhibit the same dewy white complexion.All except Jie Ke Jun Yi, who recently came third in China's version of 'The Voice'.This is perhaps one aspect that has seen traditional characteristics recede.From what I have read and seen in classical literature and artwork, rounder faces seemed to be preferred.The same ideology existed for centuries in Europe, where the aristocracy would powder their faces deathly white for this effect.
The reasoning behind its allure is a bit of a platitude; fair skin represented (and represents) wealth, it implies one does not need to labour outside.However, there is virtually no one here my age who I would consider overweight or obese, by my UK standards.In fact, most of the time, I walk around being jealous of 99% of the girls I see. After a meet-up with one of my language partners, I said I was going home to eat dinner.The ideal features for Chinese women, however, are 瓜子脸 a 'melon seed face' (the English translation would be an oval face, but with a pointed chin) and 鹅蛋脸 a 'goose egg face'.Dating sites even list face shape as important information alongside build, age, etc.