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The US does have several cities with China towns and Japanese influence has been felt, as well.Sometimes you'll hear 'east indian', but it's not as common. 'West Indian' which is Caribbean] And I have lived around the world and in many areas of the US, grew up on the east coast, etc.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.[I'm a female and no comment on the dating scene there].I never thought I'd say this, but to me it's a toss up now. I actually prefer aspects of so cal to the bay area now, a sharp departure for somebody like me.I don't know how the UK arrived at their common term for all groups of people from a part of the world that is very large and diverse [I mean, lots of places are 'east' and other areas are asian, too].But I do know that the US population is quite small for these groups, except India has risen lately due to the tech and affiliated sectors.
Where the women are is in the Sierra Club hiking groups, the enviro and political action orgs, the many free concerts in the Bay Area, the wine tastings at the wineries, and various volunteer and community organizations.
Indians (the ones from Asia, not Native Americans) are .
Is "Asian" in this area synonymous with East Asians such as Chinese and Koreans?
And yes, the average woman in the Bay Area over the age of 25 has let her appearance COMPLETELY go to ****. This gets old fast, and only continues to get older. On the minus side, you will constantly have to stand on a razor-thin line between making some real money-- which means taking your career seriously, an instant relationship-killer in the Bay Area-- and having the flexibility of a trust fund kid's schedule, since anyone you date will have gotten used to that at least once, and no matter what they say, they are always, always comparing you to it. If I wasn't making a lot of money up here-- and with the cost of living going through the roof, I'm no longer all that sure I am-- I'd be out of here in a heartbeat.
This may be the one saving grace of San Francisco, and the aspect that harkens back to its days as a truly innovative, bohemian and progressive place.
[I realize this is the dominant culture speak, so groups may not reference themselves in that way.] That may change in the future, but for now, it is customary to say Asian and think Korea/China/Japan. By a weird quirk of fate, I have a strange dual life: I am a software engineer in San Francisco, and an actor in Los Angeles. Let me tell you, I met more women walking into bars to kill an hour here and there in LA than I have met in YEARS of deliberately going out all night in SF.