I might be missing out on love, but I’m never short of intrigue, and right now intrigue seems more fun. In fact, I can’t remember the last night out with my single friends where we all stayed until the end, or where we weren’t joined by a special guest at some point.
It was whilst travelling through Laos by motorbike with my best friend that I stumbled across this young Filipino backpacker.Yet even without an official ‘boyfriend’ there are normally several text conversations with potential beaus buzzing away on my phone.I also tend to have a few guys on a low-level stalk on Facebook, and there’s always that frisson of excitement when an attractive man retweets one of my ‘LOLz-ier’ status updates. I wasn’t the only one of my girlfriends to leave early that night.But eventually, his mom saw that they weren’t kids anymore and they were about to settle down already.“Pero one week ." The Couple: Esjae Peña and Jiea Dee Their story: Jiea happily shares, “Well, thankfully my Chinese father is now modernized and he was never against my pure Filipino husband.” The struggle: While their relationship hasn’t faced a struggle in that area, Jiea knows other people who went through all sorts of struggles. Chinese ) prefer to 'preserve the wealth and ancestry' which is why they usually reject Filipino lovers.when she was introduced to the Chinese parents, she was treated like a ghost.