In this, I had the benefit of coming from a large extended family that is half conservative, half liberal and a mix of blue and white collar, poor to extremely wealthy. They might look the other way for a daughter, but for their son, no way, especially if we're talking marriage. I've never met her father because he's racist and refuses to accept the marriage. The father didn't even marry Japanese, my wife's mother is Korean!
Blogger, fashion photographer, and social critic Eliza Romero goes even further by calling out Asian women on this popular subtopic of the White Male/Asian Female (WM/AF) dynamic in her recent blog, To further complicate the problem, as online dating becomes more the norm than the exception, the image of the Asian man as emasculated, lacking confidence, nerdy, and asexual will be heightened.
Unless, women can actually sit down and have real interactions with Asian men, America will continue to perpetuate these same, sad caricatures of the Asian man. The reason I don't and haven't dated Asian men is because Asian men will almost always succumb to their Asian cultural pressures.
Moreover, Asians are the most affluent group of people in the world and it doesn't look to change anytime soon, more like substantially GROW even more in the next couple decades.
I'm convinced after spending 20 years in Asia in business that Asia will softly rule the entire world within a decade.
If such a hierarchical culture can accept these relationships (and even celebrated seen on TV) it is extremely unlikely any Asian guy will dump a non-Asian girl for something silly as "culture" differences.