Three years of my life, I worked and lived in Shanghai. I highly enjoyed my time there, with amazing food, a fascinating culture, and a great friendship circle from all over the word. The last two years, I lived in San Francisco, for me the best city in the US to live in, and a stay I highly enjoyed.
My friends describe me as an outgoing and open-minded fellow, with a charming personality and a good sense of humor. Some say that I am not the typical German because I have a good sense of humor, can laugh at myself and are highly sociable and charming.
I think personality is more important than nationality, and I read this great description which I really like: "the modern man is smart, successful, generous, kind, a fun date, and a great friend. If I get sick, he brings me chicken noodle soup and orange juice and we just hang out. And he lets me take care of him, too. He's a modern man, in touch with his feelings, a great communicator and knows how to treat a woman (and he doesn't post pictures of himself with his shirt off in the bathroom :)"
I am working now as an IT Consultant for a IT consulting company n Munich.
I am looking for a woman who is social, open for other countries and cultures, into movies, food, and culture and into sport and weekend trips. I discovered that I get best along with people who like to travel or lived abroad some time...and please be interested in music, instrumental and orchestral music is a big topic in my life.
I read this in an article and it is quite true: "Well, men want to engage with women about things that matter, and they want a deeper, more fulfilling connection with a woman who is intelligent enough to share her own world openly and transparently – thereby making our worlds better."
In my opinion, these days a woman can also make the first step and write a mail to get in contact:-) If you want to read an hilarious article how it is to date a German man, here is the link:
and last but not least, in my opinion chivalry is not dead.