Difference and similarities between asian and hispanic cultures?

I am an asian guy and I am interested in this hispanic chick. I just wanted to know some similarities and differences between the two cultures. Can anyone help me out?

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4 Responses to “Difference and similarities between asian and hispanic cultures?”

  1. Santiago on April 7th, 2010 7:37 pm

    Hispanic is not a race or culture, its just a spanish speaker from latin america (and spain)

    latino is the culture (not race, a latino/hispanic can be black, white etc) like latin music, food, language etc

    I dont see any similarities with east asian culture and latin culture

  2. Santiago on April 7th, 2010 7:37 pm

    wow, you must be SE Asian or Korean.

    Any SMART asian wouldnt ask Qs like this.

    ——————to answer ur question———

    family normally comes first
    they both likes rice

    Latinos are more in common with SE Asian (particularly Filipinos) than Chinese/Japanese counterparts.

  3. Santiago on April 7th, 2010 7:37 pm

    Your question is a bit too vast. Asian and Hispanic… Asia can be Mongolia, Tibet, India, Japan, North Korea, Singapore… well it can just go on. Hispanic, if you mean Latina, that could also be anywhere Colombia, Mexico, DR, Peru… etc.

    Now generation gap from immigration to you would probably be more important information. If she’s first and you’re 5th well there will be different compares and contrasts.

    But in sweeping generalities and trivialities both Asian and Hispanic cultures have greater family ties and family importance, more emphasis and respect for elder family members, problems are generally kept in family, there is still a stronger male dominance in both cultures, etc.

    In contrast besides food, art, history, etc. Education is more paramount in Asian families, where hardwork is in Hispanic (again sweeping generalities based off of limited information) Hispanic culture has a tight barrio law and males have a pride called ‘machismo’ or machoism where Asians are more reserved (i really can’t stress i’m being very very general and sweeping). Hispanics are more religious where Asians seem to follow religion as tradition. It’s really difficult to go on without more information on generation gap information or specific lineage.

    But from all that just be respectful to her father first and foremost and go from there, thats generally a trait throughout all cultures but holds a special strong place in the Hispanic culture.

  4. Santiago on April 7th, 2010 7:37 pm


    1. we’re both passionate
    2. we’re both loyal to our partners
    3. we’re both we like sex
    4. we both are romantic
    5. we’re both Catholics
    6. we both are hard working
    7. we both have rich cultures
    8. we both have good food
    9. we both are kind hearted
    10. we both like to have fun


    1. we eat different food
    2. we listen to different music
    3. our native languages are different
    4. we have difference TV station
    5. we have difference radio station

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