You can always drop out if the group doesn't have the kind of people you're looking for. :) (seriously, if I get a dollar for everytime someone ask me "oh you are Chinese? "...............) if anything, from friends who are into martial arts, they reckon the Western people are much more into it and would respect it's history and traditions etc, young Chinese thinks that it is lame and only for old people :) Anyway, belongingishard, if you are working/studying, your colleagues and classmates would be the most obvious starting point, there are Chinese expat online forums as well, so maybe you can start making friends there? Mingle, take this opportunity to expand your circle of friends.. Maybe the OP wants to identify with her roots and people who can provide that connection to her heritage.I guess one thing you can try is setting up your own interest group or call-out, maybe say you are interested in doing xxx activity and anyone else want to join in. I mean, if that is what you are looking for in a group I suppose you could initiate it. Then maybe the world is getting like this and the OP should try another tack and do all stuff traditionally Western and hope a bunch of Asian people are into it and respect it and the young Westerners have nicked off because they think it's lame. I know you mentioned meetup but instead of dating groups within meetup, try language exchange meetups who meet up every week (100 people). I don't have a problem with that although I may not necessarily agree with it.
But if you are particularly hot for Chinese people only approach them to date or be closer with.There are so many Asians around the chances of a particularly big group having someone Asian in it is high.It would be best to find someone locally, but you'll also need the local connections in Sydney.Furthermore, not sure why everyone here is so into mixed race. Even if you really wanted, to go down that route; it's going to be a pain.I can tell you a lot of non-asian people won't even want to touch the matter (white or black), so let's just keep it civil and ignore the other side of the elephant in the room. People think the society is so progressive, but you if tried, you'll get shot down over 95% of the time due to some silly dispute about religion and so on. I would suggest building a network of Chinese Australian friends.
Usually it doesn't lead to a prosperous marriage unless you alienate your parents from both sides of the family. Just ask your parents, you'll probably find the same views. Who someone chooses as a partner has nothing to do with integration into society. Multiculturalism doesn't necessarily mean intermingling of marriage. They write this long rant but don't provide any solutions because they silently know it isn't actually a problem. In my experience, relationships that start with friendships have a better hit rate because you know more about whether you are compatible.Keep searching in various avenues where you want to find your tribe and partner. you want to find a tribe that has a mutual interest in x, go be at x and befriend people. Each their own being married to someone from a different race myself, I would strongly suggest not to be racist (the dictionary defines racist as "showing or feeling prejudice against people or other races.").By ruling out every other race you're pretty much prejudiced against other races. Or hang out in areas like Haymarket, Chatswood, Hurstville, Ashfield, Burwood ... try OPM @ star city.https:// Sydney/ Maybe not many late 20's men in night clubs but there would be plenty who are 20-26. there are alot who look over 25.examplehttps:// Some other thoughts.Emigrating to a country of a different culture presents creates experiences that shape a person's outlook differently compared to people who have lived in the same place all their lives.OP is just looking for a place to find compatibility not actively discriminating.They don’t need to hail from the same country as yourself. If one goes by the stereotype there should be a smorgasbord of young Chinese men with hopefully the sought after Australian Citizenship. The Chinese Communist Party has meetings in major Australian cities. Quite a few have Australian Citizenship so they would meet the OP's requirement of Chinese-Australian. We want and integrated and inclusive Australia, not racial division.