Taiwanese men tend to view dating as a process with its purpose being the selection of a long term mate. In difference with Western culture, most guys aren’t looking for a causal fling or a seasonal romance, they are most likely thinking about a future together. They are shy due to culturally instilled modesty, and they treat women like gentlemen should. Taiwanese are family oriented and value it very much. They are quite intelligent and driven with a focus placed on career advancement and the goal to provide stability in a marriage - a good combination to build long lasting relationships! In comparison with Western men, Taiwanese generally take things slow; they enjoy the stability of a relationship and do not jump from one woman to another.
Taiwan, officially the Republic of China, is an island located in eastern Asia. The official national language is Mandarin Chinese. The Constitution of Taiwan protects people's freedom of religion and the practices of belief and two main religions are Buddhism and Taoism followed by several others. Taiwan experienced rapid economic growth, industrialization, and democratization during the latter half of the 20th century and is one of the four "Asian Tigers". The country consists of rugged mountains and flat to gently rolling plains. High temperature and humidity, massive rainfall, and tropical cyclones in summer characterize the climate of Taiwan.