Chinese girl: Interested or No?


I've known this Chinese girl for a long time. We met quite a long time ago; she seemed completely sweet, like a good person to know. Eventually, one day, I asked her for contact information. We kept in touch throughout the summer.

Recently I've seen her in lots of activities, invited her to attend things (she did), and invited her to my place. We stayed up recently talking until very late at night; we talked about each other's families and views on love. She invited me to her place, with another friend who we both know, to eat her Chinese food.

During our encounter, I had my feet planted on a chair, and she just sat on top of them to my surprise. She seems comfortable with my arm near her back too. So... where should I go from here? And does she like me?

Should I just show up at her place or just invite her out?

Thanks.




Victoria's Answer:

Hi,
 
She does like you, otherwise it is not possible for anything like “...I had my feet planted on a chair, and she just sat on top of them to my surprise. She seems comfortable with my arm near her back too...”

What's more, in Chinese culture, if a girl stays up late at night with a guy, she would be considered not well educated by her family. People would look down upon her.

But if the guy then becomes her boyfriend or husband, people won't think that way anymore.

Now go and invite her out alone, she will give you more surprises! Chinese happy face
 
Victoria



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