In the first frame, an American couple is shown kissing in public, while back at home, the American man slaps his female companion.
Fortunately, thanks to zoomingjapan, I have a good sample of comments on this.
A guy says that it’s very hard for him to have good relationships with Japanese women.
They always get approached by guys and don’t have to make the first step themselves. It’s always interesting to hear all the boring questions they ask when they try to hit on guys: ‘What’s your name? Despite that, she is having difficulties with dating.
‘In Germany I never been single for longer than a few months, I had never had problems about dating a guy.
Iwhata also made a self-deprecating cartoon which he titled simply "Me" in Chinese and Japanese: There were over 900 comments in response to the cartoon comparing dating across cultures: "You are able to see world as it really is." "It turns out Hong Kong men are so weak." "This is too real." "This diagram leads to pain" "What I see is: the crown falls off a Hong Kong man's head, his girlfriend then hurriedly catches it.
#Tearful Lies" In response to these stereotypes, one Hong Kong user said, "In 2012, there were 115,203 cases of domestic abuse in Taiwan.
I’ve been living here since 6 months now and I didn’t have a serious date yet.
I’m currently the only Western female student here, so I get quite some attention, even from other foreign students.
Being ‘mature’ in Japan can be seen as ‘childish’ elsewhere and vice versa.
He might be judging Japanese women based on his cultural values without taking into account the Japanese context.
Taipei (Taiwan News) – A Japanese cartoonist has created a comparison of the dating cultures of four countries "outside" and "at home," with Taiwanese couples the only group depicted as "sweet" both in public and private.