Hey Black Women…Guess What I found!!!!


Ladies…Black ladies that is listen up…On my secret journey to find the hottest men that like Black women I have found a group of men that we have almost let slip through out fingers.

We might have to travel a little far to get to them but they are there waiting for us.  The place is….hold your breath..literally you will have too to go to Tibet.   Yeah…..I Know!!!…..I didn’t know that they like women with dark skin until recently….ok last night….I met a guy in the supermarket…well I didn’t really meet him, I saw him.  Anyway he saw me too…(maybe because I was staring at him) I smiled and he smiled back…with all his teeth…..I knowww…..anywho, we didnt talk just made eye contact and left.

tumblr_ltxnhlZlzw1qarksao1_500 Later that night, someone tried to add me to wechat, (social media software on my phone)…I looked to see who and it was the guy I was staring at in the store.

So, of course I added him to my friends list.  We talked for a while and I found out many interesting things about Tibet.  One being they love Black Women.  They know Rhianna, Beyoncé, “Miss. Jackson”, even Whitney…which I expected.

They dance hip hop, and….yes, dare I say it..they rap.  I was amazed by what he was telling me.

So, I suggested we meet for tea to talk more.  (I know ..shut up).  He agreed.   I found out that my guy was a martial arts instructor for the local Police Academy.  (I know ) He is 26 yrs. old and single,  just want to add that his body looked amazing.  Where was I…oh yeah… so we went for a walk along the river and he began to tell me about his love of hip hop music, singing, dancing and even Parkour…(that is the jumping off of shit thing people do)

He explained how beautiful Black women were and his dream was to marry one.   Now I thought at first that he was an exception to the rule…. so I questioned him about others…. he said .. it was a pretty common thought and his older brother was already in America married to a Black woman.   Now that floored me.  So ladies…. I think we need to start exploring Tibet… yes it is located in a very high altitude, and the air is very thin and we may die getting there… but…. it might be worth it …. for some of us… the traditions are cool, the ethnic clothes are pretty awesome, they speak a language similar to arabic along with Chinese, and they are normal sized.  (you know not tiny like ..um… my hubby) …. so ladies .. so a little research on the Tibetan people you might be surprised.  I know I was…..4472055781_6662ba6af9_z

I really love meeting new people and learning new things about new places.  The one big think I love about China is that every week I get to meet people from different countries and talk to them and learn about them.   Just this month I met a family from Iraq who I adore, a young man from Syria, a few guys from Spain…(hotness)… and guy from New Guinea.. that by the way could only speak French…. very little English.   It amazes me that I have lived in the states all my life where there are people from all over the world, and I have never met so many people as I have here in China.

So, to all of you… if you get to meet and talk to a person from another country… really talk to them you will learn so much and so will they… and don’t forget .. check out Tibet, a hidden jewel..


until next time…

30 thoughts on “Hey Black Women…Guess What I found!!!!

  1. OK, I know that this is an old article, but I just have to say – wait a minute, let me just wipe up this drool off my laptop – I really do miss Asia, lol. Anyway, thanks so much for the heads up, and many blessings to you.

  2. BB Fortune

    Thank you Jo, this is comforting! What is the tibetan culture like? Are they modern? Forgive my ignorance, I just ask because the only side I hear about is the nomadic side.Is going to Tibet the only way to meet them? by that I mean are there cities in the US that have groups of them? (like the Chinese have “Chinatown”)

  3. Bruce

    I do know a Chinese man who only dates Black women. The darker the better he said!!!!!!!!! It’s all true and he lives in the States and very smart ,successful and tall 🙂

  4. Niki

    You are so funny! I really enjoy reading your blog and now I want to visit Tibet. I just might do that next year!Thanks for the laughs!!

  5. Laura

    That was fun to read. I was in Tibet in 2011 and to be honest I did not see or meet anyone with those qualities: hip hop, rap….
    Hope I can come back to Tibet some day

  6. Ed

    There are those of us (asian men) who do love black women here in North America. I have many asian male friends growing up who thought Stacey Dash and Holly Robinson were the ultimate in female beauty.

      1. pearls

        I totally agree with you, Jo! Unless, they have businesses in various communities (if you venture out), you won’t even know they exist in your city. They (foreigners) always live in their own close-knitted communities and unless you grocery shop where they frequent or you see them at a university (if you’re college age) its nil.

  7. Maybe I need to go om a vacation there? Is love worth an exploding brain though? lol. I have a Chinese friend that went there and she loved the men , she said they were so kind, attentive, loving and handsome.

  8. pearls

    Could you expound a little more on why he said they prefer black women (if you don’t mind), I’m curious? Also, could you ask him if anymore of them are in the U.S. and where? Thank you.

    1. I am sure the guy can not speak for all Tibetan people…. but he told me that they loved everything, especially body… out side attracts them the most.. since they havent met a lot of Black American women… he cant really base it on anything else. I was the first one he had ever talked to… and he was all nervous with excitement and kept asking me to forgive him ….. I am sure there are communities in the states…. there are communities of everyone in the states… you just have to find them. they are often confused with Indians… and Arabs… since they are a bit of a mixed race of people. thier main language is chinese..but many speak Arabic…. Not a rich people…they dont travel a lot…Thank god for the internet.

      1. pearls

        LOL…typical male…attracted to our cushions! Just couldn’t want us for our minds, huh! LOL I know, I know visuals really do matter. I bet that he was really cute, as you watched him try to compose himself in front of you.
        I’ve noticed that there are a lot of new Asian/S.E. Asian and Arab businesses that have opened up in my city with in the last 10 years or so. I frequent them often because I like their products, but I haven’t seen any single men, yet. Maybe, because I wasn’t look for them! hmmmm

      2. thetruth.com

        omg..the comments on this page are hilarious. Tibetan sounds nothing like Mandarin or Arabic…..tibetans(culturally) are very different to the han chinese. There is a pretty decent sized tibetan community scattered around north america, including cities like toronto, new york, and minessota…..tibetans are mostly buddhists but there are muslim tibetans too(but they are a minority)……….one thing you did get right is that yes, tibetan men tend to be taller than chinese men…..especially tibetan men from the tibetan province of KHAM…KHAMPA Tibetan men are typically 6 feet tall….tibetan men from central tibet are not as tall as the eastern khampa men……….and yes, a lot of young tibetan youth are into hip hop(but the same is true around the world…hip hop culture is popular everywhere pretty much)……..and tibetans are mixed race..they’re their own ethnic group (separate from the han chinese)…tibetans tend to be darker and taller than han chinese people. they also(generally speaking) have sharper facial features than han chinese folks.

  9. Lyne

    Polyandry is practiced in parts of Tibet. A typical arrangement is where a woman may marry male siblings. This is usually done to avoid division of property and provide financial security.[22] However, monogamy is more common throughout Tibet. Marriages are sometimes arranged by the parents, if the son or daughter has not picked their own partner by a certain age.

  10. pearls

    Yes! Please do continue to keep your blogs coming, especially this one! Tibet! The only thing that came to my mind when I thought of Tibet was the long-haired yak and the Dalai Lama! I’ve never seen photos of any men looking like the ones you posted…so, educate me girlfriend! By the way, a month ago, I recently did a search about Bhutan because of their strictly organic farmland and living which impressed me, but didn’t see any people other than the very young or the elders. So, they’ve been hiding! LOL

    1. M

      My thoughts were similar to that as Pearl’s. I would see them as super conservative and into their own women .Not to say that there aren’t any Tibetian men who aren’t like that, but I admit, It took me for a jolt as we constantly hear about Asian men liking light/White skin. As a Black woman, I take it as a compliment and hope that the young man you discussed in your post will be able to find the women off his dreams.

  11. Maria Edwards

    I just love all ykur stories. So proud of you able to live in China, and married to one.. God bless you.


  12. Wow!! This post just gave me LIFE!! Lol. I’m from The Bahamas and I will be moving to China in August for school and eventually to build a life. I was very concerned about dating in China among other things, of course. But your blog and posts have given me such inspiration; they are all so interesting. I think I read just about every post. Thank you for sharing your life. Lol. Hopefully once I get there I can create a blog of my own to document my experiences as you do.

  13. Denise Thomas

    I absolutely LOVE your blog!!!! You have such a cool & refreshing insight into the world around you. You are positive & a joy to read. I miss traveling more when I read your blog, but I wouldn’t miss is for the world!

    I’m so happy I subscribed to this blog. I’ve never regretted it & I ALWAYS look forward to reading more about your adventures. Of course, since you mentioned it, I will have to check out Tibet more & maybe one day, I’ll be able to visit there.

    Thank you so much for sharing!

    Denise T.

    Sent from my iPhone

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