Taiwan Man Falls Into Feminist Trap

Now I had warned him before he left Taiwan, “Do not marry a Canadian or American woman!  You will be very sorry if you do!”  He didn’t listen to me.

by Reg Porter – (henrymakow.com) March 12, 2013

For the last 15 years I’ve been teaching English in Taiwan. 
About 13 years ago, I had the privilege to teach at a senior high school.  At that time, I had a student, an 18-year-old boy in his last year.  He was very smart and from a well-off family.  When he graduated that year in 2000, I helped him fill out the application to get into the University of Toronto.
Over the years I stayed in touch with his family and his father would pay me a few dollars to edit his papers that would arrive via email from Toronto.  Seven years ago, he graduated with an MBA. As a teacher, that was my crowning achievement. His father took me out to a fancy restaurant and Karaoke to celebrate.
But then about five years ago, he returned to Taiwan, but not alone.  He had this beautiful blond haired 27-year-old Canadian woman with him that he was absolutely in love with.
Now I had warned him before he left Taiwan, “Do not marry a Canadian or American woman!  You will be very sorry if you do!”  He didn’t listen to me.
So they had a wedding in Taiwan that I was invited to and listed as a guest of honour.  At first, everything seemed to be going good: his parents and all his friends in Taiwan loved this girl (because of her blonde hair). They thought he had a real catch, but I had my doubts.

RED FLAG IGNORED

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