Chinese Girls: A Province by Province Guide (Part 2)

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Disclaimer:This article is translated, edited or re-posted from a third-party source. As such, this article only represents the original author's personal viewpoint and not that of eChinacities.com.

Editor’s Note: This incredibly thorough (albeit stereotypical and objectifying) article, posted online by a Chinese man living in Yunnan, describes many stereotypes about women in different parts of China, placing special emphasis on their physical appearances and where to find “beautiful girls.” Here, we bring you part 2 of the 2 part series. Be warned however, the contents of this article are based on the stereotypical (and shallow) opinions of the original author, and do not reflect the opinion of eChinacities.

Read part one of the article here.

Chinese Girls: A Province by Province Guide (Part 2)

16) Henan 河南
There are already too many reproaches against Henan-ers for me to mention here. Henan girls are actually simple, hard-working, friendly, and good conversationalists. It’s true, Henan girls aren’t as tall or straight-forward as girls further north. They’re also not tender and attractive like girls further south. But the way I see it, Henan women have some considerable talents of their own, including a poetic way of thinking seldom seen in other parts of the country.

17) Hubei 湖北
Compared to the province’s crafty men, Hubei women are traditional and honest. Most are the elegant and cutesy type, generally with very nice skin (especially girls in cities along the Yangtze River). Hubei girls are well-proportioned and have pale white, slightly rosy skin. However, typical of Central Plains folk, they are extremely “straight and narrow.” They lack the seductive and wild beauty of Sichuan and Hunan girls. They’re also rather cynical.

Chinese Girls: A Province by Province Guide (Part 2)

18) Hunan 湖南
Hunan girls are famous across the country. Many have “cherry blossom faces,” skin like white-jade, as tender as rose, and delicate, curvy figures. If the girl is from Hunan’s countryside, she won’t just have a tall, voluptuous body, but will also have tiny pale feet. Many modern Hunan girls are busily moving to other cities. Hunan chicks make themselves beautiful to obtain the love of their suitors but once they lose interest, they instantly turn into hags.

19) Guangdong 广东
Despite the fact that this is one of the more developed provinces, women’s status is still relatively low in Guangdong. Girls here are thin and short, especially in western Guangdong. In the province’s northern mountainous regions where traditional ideas are deeply rooted, girls seem frail, have dull complexions, and are tacky when it comes to clothes and make-up. 

On the other hand, if you look at the coastal Chazhou region to the east, you’ll find a plentiful supply of pretty girls, surprising considering the region’s infamous reputation for sexism. They have glowing complexions with tender skin, and most are just as tall as girls from the Northeast of the country. With good taste in clothes and makeup, all of these girls are sweet and innocent.

Chinese Girls: A Province by Province Guide (Part 2)

20) Hong Kong and Macao香港、澳门
Most Hong Kong and Macao women are originally from the Pearl River Delta. They generally have dull, dark, yellow skin. Worldly Hong Kong girls have an air of confidence, are realistic and know how to get along with people, but they often have a certain disdain for academic theories and the high arts. They’re also great at sniffing out “high technology” products and plebian culture. In Macao, there are a few very charming mixed girls with Portuguese or Brazilian blood running through their beautiful veins.

21) Taiwan台湾
Taiwan is famous for having a multitude of cultural diversions, but female performers of Taiwan have been hailed as its most dazzling attraction. Reality is quite different from the “prison of beautiful women” many imagine the island to be. Taiwanese women live in a fast-paced world where women’s status is still relatively low and many rarely exercise. Most are all skin and bones with dark yellow skin, but a few of these island women have managed to preserve the tall, full-figured genes their ancestors brought over from the mainland. Since Taiwanese girls try to fit morbid, tender, and weak Japanese standards of beauty, beautiful and healthy girls are getting harder and harder to find here.

22) Guangxi 广西
Northern Guangxi girls have slightly whiter, tenderer complexions, and carry themselves like Hunan girls, but most are tiny. As for girls in the province’s poor southwest region… well, there’s really nothing good to say about their looks. Their skin is dark and oily, their noses are flat, and they’re short and bony. Guangxi girls burn incense for Buddha and are chaste and sweet. Wuzhou, a city nicknamed “Little Hong Kong,” is teeming with pretty girls. Unfortunately, the majority are vulgar snobs.

23) Hainan 海南
Hainan girls look even more like southern Vietnamese than Guangdong ones. With rough, dark skin, flat noses, and statures usually on the short and small side, women’s status is even lower in Hainan, and these girls are even more traditional.

24) Shaanxi 陕西
A place deeply engrained in traditional Chinese culture, it’s not surprising that Shaanxi’s girls are usually on the traditional side. Sweet and considerate, well-read and polite, these girls have a strong sense of loyalty. Northern Shaanxi is known for its plethora of old customs. The classic image is: men singing folk songs in loud, high-pitched voices while women quietly sit on the sidelines, snipping away at paper cut designs. Most Shaanxi girls are short with ruddy apple faces and full figures. Their legs aren’t very long, and their spines are less flexible than their “water snake” neighbours further south in Sichuan.

Chinese Girls: A Province by Province Guide (Part 2)

25) Gansu 甘肃
Due to the high altitude and the large quantities of sand particles that blow around in the wind here, Gansu girls usually have bad skin. They have flat, boyish figures, and their movements can be rigid. Just like their Shaanxi counterparts, Gansu girls are sweet and considerate, and despite the arid region’s lack of water, Gansu women always keep immaculate homes.

26) Ningxia 宁夏
Also part of the Hetao region, Ningxia girls are slimmer and have sweeter personalities than girls in Inner Mongolia.

27) Xinjiang 新疆
Girls in the south of Xinjiang are slim and short with astonishingly beautiful eyes. Sweet, but a little sneaky and sometimes petty, these girls can be hard to figure out. Northern Xinjiang girls are tall and sturdy, and most have single layer eyelids and friendly, cheerful personalities. In the Tianshan region, girls are shapely and slim with dazzling and supple bodies. They’re trendy, can dance and sing, and are especially talented in stealing hearts. Xinjiang women are extremely faithful to their husbands.

28) Qinghai/Tibet 青海/西藏
Due to the harsh climate and the lack of oxygen in these high altitudes, skin ages quickly. Take care of yourselves, girls.

29) Yunnan 云 南
Yunnan is a region where China’s ethnic minorities abound, and most Yunnan girls can sing and dance, making these girls famous for their flexibility and acrobatic dance moves. Because of the high elevation, most Yunnan women are dark and thin, and their figures are rather cuddly. Yunnan women love having fun, but put a lot of importance on their relationships. They’re romantics, and from ancient times have performed deeply moving love stories. Always striving to improve themselves, their lives somehow remain constant and unchanging.

30) Guizhou 贵州
Guizhou girls are usually on the delicate and plump side, with supple waists and pale, rosy complexions. They’re energetic and charming and dress fashionably. Untamed vixens by nature, but easily satisfied, they love playing mahjong and munching on snacks. They often enjoy themselves too much that they lose themselves, becoming worn out and haggard.

Chinese Girls: A Province by Province Guide (Part 2)

31) Sichuan 四川
Since ancient times, the women of Sichuan have adored beauty and loved having a good time. Though short, they’re well-proportioned, and their legs are long considering their height. Usually more filled out and sturdier than girls up north, these beauties have tiny and supple waists. Sichuan girls are just as spicy as the local food, and they will not hesitate to make a scene at home, on the street, or at the bus stop, bringing a huge loss of face for the men they’re yelling at. They have the uncanny ability to curse someone out with a cigarette dangling from their mouths while eating an apple and crossing their legs at the same time. Still, they’re perfectly capable of supporting the household and letting their men stay at home. These are the women of Sichuan. Their spicy flavour just makes them get better with age.

32) Chongqing 重庆
The three treasures of Chongqing: “hotpot, nightlife, and beautiful women.” There’s a crazy night scene in Chongqing, and Chongqing girls are just as hot as the city’s famous hotpot. The region’s nutritious cuisine and humid climate keeps their skin wonderfully moist and clear. A constant need to climb stairs keeps their legs shapely and strong. A love of cat fighting keeps them in good shape, and gives them wonderfully full breasts. The spicy food keeps their blood boiling. Just like the region’s famous food, these girls are “hot enough to get a reputation, hot enough to make you happy, hot enough that you won’t be able to get the taste out of your mind!” They’re really the cream of the crop of hot, making Chongqing’s arrogant beauties the more intense version of their spicy Sichuan sisters.

 

Source:blog.163.com
 

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39 Comments ( Add your comment )

1
anand
comment|15803|0

Dear all its very good message for understanding girl friends. and also the information is perfect. Thank u very much

May 11, 2011 17:11
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Guest
comment|31847|0

As China's men get richer, I can't wait for when they start to write up their own reviews of 'western' women... Chinese men will read about spicy Spanish babes, sun-kissed Californian girls, fashionably dressed New Yorkers, cultured Parisian ladies...

Chinese men already go abroad for an ego-boost just as much as western men do. They, like westerners, go to countries where they are economically superior to the local populace and enjoy the admiration that they do not receive back home. As America and Europe declines, when will they start heading in these directions, armed with arrogance that they are superior to the local men?

Although some less-enlightened western men like to believe that they are innately attractive here simply for having western features, the truth is that these features are only advantageous because people assume that you are either wealthy or have the potential to amass wealth. If you disagree with this, stick around China for longer, learn the language and make friendships where people will talk frankly to you about how foreigners are perceived.

Sep 25, 2012 01:22
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Ben Carson
comment|15810|0

Your editor's note at the beginning of Part 2 of this list does not excuse you. You are the publisher, and therefore you are responsible for the content of your website. Are their no women who work at eChinacities that take offence to this? Disgusting. I can't believe that with all that is taking place in China right now, you can't find something more responsible to publish, something that doesn't pander to lascivious and predatory foreigners, and something that doesn't promulgate stereotypes and backward thinking. You're pathetic (and so are most of your readers, evidently).

May 11, 2011 20:42
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Bee Bop
comment|15813|0

Lighten up and take your meds Ben. Everything will be fine....

May 11, 2011 21:36
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Marco
comment|15817|0

Wow! Interestingly enough though, you are also a reader, clicked on the article and read through it just to say it's disgusting? I find it a little hypocritical and you are not impressing or fooling anyone.

May 11, 2011 23:34
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Shasha
comment|15820|0

and i completely agree, thumbs up for Ben , a disgusting article

May 12, 2011 00:56
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Mr. Martel
comment|15838|0

Ben: the fact that you feel the need to enforce your narrominded, PC censorship on others is infinitely more despicable than a light hearted article on girls from the different provinces.

But more importantly: if you want to see something truly disgusting, take a long hard look at your own views. "Lascivious and predatory foreigners"? That's much more offensive and an example of negative stereotyping than anything written in the article. If there is anyone who is truly engaging in negative stereotyping, it is YOU.

May 12, 2011 05:39
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caio
comment|15841|0

Oh whops you just propagated a backwards stereotype while condemning backwards stereotypes. If your name wasn't 笨 and your English wasn't so good I would assume you're just another racial supremacist à the millions of far-fetched stories you read when you google '该死的洋鬼子‘.

Yeah my Chinese colleagues always accuse me of being a lascivious predatory colour wolf (like 'all foreigner'), in spite of the fact that I'm the only one who has never cheated on my spouse. I'm so glad that the male feminists have come out in favour of the racists at last!

May 12, 2011 06:40
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GuanxiRed
comment|15842|0

"Thumbs up Ben"? How about a DIFFERENT finger.....;-)

May 12, 2011 06:49
10
Ivan Grozny
comment|15884|0

Bravo to all who have pilloried this pompous, politically correct, self-righteous, frisbee-throwing, Volvo-driving, Obama-voting, Western Civilization-hating Liberal hag!!
Thanks to Thought Police like Ben, it is virtually IMPOSSIBLE in the USA to say what everyone KNOWS is the truth about ANYTHING. It is Left-wing Fascism in thought and practice!!
The article Ben has his pink knickers in a twist about was light-hearted and amusing fun!! NO WONDER the Thought Police can not tolerate it!!!
If it upsets your tender Liberal sensibilities that much, Ben, theN STOP READING IT!!!
I hope eChinacities willl continue to publish ALL kinds of articles, even if Ben Savanarola does not APPROVE!! What bilge!!

May 13, 2011 14:05
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Jack
comment|16036|0

Well Ben, I don't know if you do wear pink knickers. I may not agree with them, but I'll defend to the death your right to wear them. . . I't a shame to see the extremists on left and right attacking each other in China media. Isn't that why we have to have censorship over here, because people can't control themselves and at least be civil to each other? Ben is as much a victim of the thought patrol as he is an instigator. I went back the the USA briefly and found extremists from the Red Tribe and Blue Tribe . . . they both sounded the same to me.

May 17, 2011 21:53
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matt
comment|16049|0

stereotypes are a real time saver, but this is garbage

May 18, 2011 02:57
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Neutralizer
comment|16213|0

To save time, is it fair to consider anyone who supports stereotryping others a piece of white trash?

May 23, 2011 23:49
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Bill
comment|16400|0

How are you supposed to come to a final opinion on something before you read it?

May 30, 2011 23:31
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ks
comment|16864|0

This article is great. During my travels in China my Chinese friends (both male and female) tell me the same stereotypes - even about themselves, in a self-deprecating and fun way. This is a great list, and one that I am sure will provide many hours of good conversation for me over future hotpot dinners!

Jun 12, 2011 07:00
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Michael
comment|15818|0

The opinion of a typical Chinese man ? As with all countries worldwide, there are good and bad, pretty and ugly, but during the time I have spent in China, I find the women to be polite, sincere and very feminine. There are many western women who could learn a lot from the average Chinese lady, about talking to and securing a relationship with a man. The average Chinese man ? He seems to think that his women are second class citizens. Is it little wonder that so many Chinese ladies find a western husband ?

May 11, 2011 23:49
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JD
comment|15819|0

Chinese girls themselves discuss the stereotypical differences between each other and girls from other provinces.

There is nothing wrong with the publishment of this article. If you don't like it don't read it. Or just go back home.

May 12, 2011 00:09
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Clur
comment|15821|0

Why does someone always have to say "if you don't like it, go home"? As if people can't give their opinions on things unless they agree. And people generally try things before they decide whether they like or dislike them.
In the past I've found some interesting articles on echinacities but haven't checked back in a while, and reading this I remember why. All there seems to be these days are articles to bait people. Give us something better please than articles published simply to incite lots of nasty comments.

May 12, 2011 01:09
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Alex
comment|15836|0

Clur and your mates, you have to ask questions about something that you Can't answer, you are swannies!! Useless deplorable foreigners that think the World owes you!! No one owes you squat, nothing, zilcth!! Go back home and your people tell you to leave, grow up and grow a brain. Yes, you hate me and others but I am not really concerned, just keep your filthy remarks about people out of these forums!! Smoke it baby!! Rip it into me and I will rip it into you twice as hard!!

May 12, 2011 05:14
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Angry
comment|15843|0

I wish you foreigners would stop taking our women! Get you own! Oh, thats right, your women dont want you so you come and take others!

May 12, 2011 06:55
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CAEU
comment|15848|0

You wish foreigners stop taking "your girls"? u sound funny and ridiculous.
Do you even listen to yourslef? man! this is the world and we are the people...we will keep loving them and they will keep loving us...

May 12, 2011 17:23
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Philip
comment|15830|0

It doesn't matter what province they come from ,they are all pretty and attractive ladies

May 12, 2011 03:55
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Alex
comment|15833|0

What is it with you wet behind the ears fools, can't you accept people telling you to go back home when you complain and write crap comments that denegrate people that live and work in China! Can any of you tell us what the problem is ? Oh it is okay for you to put your views foreward, but we can't tell you to GROW UP!! That's right I am a berk, actually a bit of a berk!! maybe a troll!!

May 12, 2011 04:37
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姜杰
comment|15834|0

Oh, I missed part 1... but this is funny. As they say, stereotypes are based on some aspect of truth\reality. The problem is when it is applied everybody in a specific group or class, or in this case province. Generalizations suck unless presented in an educational\informative or comedic format, which I think this article is both. This makes for great ammunition to tease my gf-- for both fitting and not fitting some of the stereotypes of Sichuan woman. Ha ha...

May 12, 2011 04:40
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珍妮
comment|15845|0

hehehehe very well, know competition is good, but what about the men???? heheheh

May 12, 2011 09:30
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