My experience with Canada comes mainly from Toronto and Vancouver, I have never been to Montreal.
Thank you for offering your experience, I know it was tough to do in front of a harsh crowd on C-D that will tell you to stick to your own race.
It seems like you are being judged for what other men of your race are doing and that is impacting your results with women.
It unfortunately made me very distrustful and cynical of white women, because so many of them deny that they're racist and yet have no problem telling me insulting, racist stuff like "why don't you date a nice Indian girl"?
I did end up marrying a white woman, but she isn't from North America.
Otherwise, I felt so much more accepted there (I even had a Spanish chick flirt with me), as opposed to my own city of Saskatoon where I'm fluent in the language and have lived for ten years. You also have to remember that a lot of women, especially western women, tend to secretly like jerks though many won't admit it and most of the asian men I run into fit the stereotypical nice guy mold.
I generally don't think it is a good idea for Asian men to marry white women, or white men to marry Asian women due to the cultural difference.
Now I know some of you will get angry and say "well why can't they stick to their own kind or date women of other races, why does it have to be White women" but I will talk about something else here.
Another thing that a lot of Asian men told me is that most Asian girls born and raised in Canada prefer not to go for Asian men and plus in my opinion it is always good to have options, I personally think an attractive male that is Asian, Westernized, and has a lot going for him should be able to date any race of women including White women.
It seemed like to me there was some underlying racism towards Asian males in Canada which was much worse than that found in the USA. I'm not like a FOB who sticks to his culture and hangs out only with people of his ethnicity.
Is Canada generally a country where it is very difficult to Asian males to assimilate into Canadian society? I'm an Indian male and had no luck with white Canadian women in the Prairies. I wasn't racist either, but now I am (a side topic).
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