In today's America, marriages are falling apart or never happening at all. This is an event that is occurring in small rural towns as well as in large metropolitan centers. Since the beginning of the sexual revolution, we have all been told that marriages are institutions of patriarchal oppression, and that if men and women are both freed from this oppression, happiness will bloom. Regrettably, reality intrudes, and men and women are finding the reality that we now find ourselves is actually a dystopia of empty lives living alone. Women have changed from traditional wives with husbands and children, to single career professionals with little chance of matrimony. Men have also changed from being traditional fathers and heads of household to pickup artists who avoid long-term commitment for fear of aggressive one-sided courts. As a result, both men and women have taken a trajectory that was unanticipated by the framers of this new sexually liberated society. Our culture will eventually work its way back to a more traditional relationship, but that will take decades before the transition begins. Until this shift occurs, what is the single man who wants to raise a family to do? The question has been examined, and since American women, on the whole, have demonstrated a dislike for the white picket fence, a new population must be considered, and this is foreign women, or more specifically Asian women. Since Daniel Gregg married an Oriental woman almost two decades ago, he has come across some rather surprising artifacts of Asian culture that can cause headaches for the unwary Western man. In this book, Daniel details what can be expected from Asian women, and how to steer your relationship past these shoals toward the ideal of happiness and love.