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3 books to help you understand the mentality of Asian women

If you’re dating Asian women, or hoping to meet the one of your dreams, then you’ll probably want to learn and understand more about the mentality of ladies from that part of the world.

Asian women have many characteristics that make them different from other ladies around the world. They’re beautiful, intelligent and loyal, to name just three. But what do we know about their mindset and how they think?

Once you learn to understand the mentality of Asian women, relationships become a lot easier to both start and sustain. It helps you, as a couple, to get along much easier and quickly get into enjoying each other’s company.

One of the best ways to start understanding the mentality of Asian women is to read some books which will give you that insight. Here are a few books which you can get started with!

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Books about Asian women

Memoirs of a Geisha, by Arthur Golden

One of the most well-known books featuring Asian women, Memoirs of a Geisha tells the story of Sayuri, a young girl who is sold into a geisha house as a child. Despite the many hardships that she has to deal with in her life, Sayuri grows up to be a geisha of incredible beauty and influence, as well as being of a sensual nature. The book gives an insight into the tremendous bravery and sensuality of Asian women, and their determination to overcome adversity.

Love in a Fallen City, by Eileen Chang

Love in a Fallen City is a Chinese-language novel which was released all the way back in 1943. Written by Eileen Chang, who is regarded as one of the greatest writers of her era, the book is a collection of short stories set in the cities of Hong Kong and Shanghai during the 1930s and 40s.

It’s a fascinating book which lifts the lid on an era of Asian culture that was divided by politics and brought together in the stories by romance. The stories give an insight into the mentality of Asian women, their maturity and ability for unconditional love. Expertly telling the stories of tension between men and women who fall in love during the 30s and 40s, the book gives you a great handle on the mentality of Asian women.

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Perhaps the most well-known short story from the book was made into a movie. Released in 1983, Love In A Fallen City was a romantic drama that told the story of a cynical playboy who pursues a shy divorcee on the eve of the Japanese invasion of Hong Kong. It’s a truly captivating story.

The Bonesetter’s Daughter, by Amy Tan

Split into two stories, The Bonesetter’s Daughter is another book which really gives you a valuable insight into the mentality of Asian women. It tells the story of the main character Ruth and her relationship with her mother. Ruth is an American-born Chinese woman who is dating a white man and has all sorts of family complications to take care of. Again, many of the common mentalities of Asian women are illustrated, including bravery and maturity.