Dating isn’t really a game at all and is straightforward and uncomplicated.
No ladies, the concept of dating several guys in France kind of goes out the window once you seal the deal with a kiss. If you’re out in a rowdy bar and everyone is just looking to have a good time, this rule might not apply.
It would probably confuse him if he saw you with someone else a few days later.
The “talk” about exclusivity doesn’t seem all that common and the kiss pretty much says, “We are together.” Persistence is the name of the game here.
It’s important to remember that ideas about dating are totally different in China.
In the West, dating is seen as something you can do casually (at least in the beginning).
Another reason is the relative conservatism of Chinese relationships; gender roles in Chinese relationships are so clearly defined that even lesbian couples frequently divide themselves in to masculine and feminine counterparts, T (for tomboy), and P (for princess).
Every relationship is different, though, so please don’t take my little guide below as the end all and be all of French dating.
To me, it seems that French guys are more direct without all the mind games.
One of them could be the way in which Chinese men, all Asian men for that matter, are portrayed in Western culture.
The emasculation of the Asian male is a well documented trope of Western cinema.