And as for the rest of it, Dean Cortez is right on the ball.
He has done a good job of putting together a lot of the important stuff.
He obviously writes from a lot of experience because he really gets how you should approach Asian women, and more importantly, what to avoid that Westerners see as normal but can sabotage things with Asian women.
Keep in mind this book relates to women who have grown up in Asia - Western born or raised Asian girls may have some of these characteristics (passed to them from their parents) but overall they act more like Western girls with western values.
This is a good course with most of the value in the main e Book (pretty long at 165 pages).
I've spent the last 7 years in Asia so am pretty experienced - but I still learned some new tips and insights from the book.
If only this book had existed 7 years ago I could've saved myself a lot of puzzlement as to why my Western dating skills seemed to be backfiring in Asia.
So this book is really for men actually visiting Asia and in particular South East Asia and wanting to meet and date local women.
The best material in this book concerns the cultural differences in communication, situations you'll come across and in the ways the girls think. Dean does a great job of going through all the areas that will affect your ability to date and have relationships with women.
While he talks about all Asian women, most of the attention is placed on Japanese and Filipino women where he seems to have the most experience.
These are very different contrasting cultures in themselves lying at extremes of the Asian cultural sphere and as a result he captures Asian women pretty well.I don't want to give you the impression that he doesn't have experience and give advice about other nationalities (clearly not the case), but it is clear that these two nationalities are where he has the deepest experience.