I've never heard that stereotype. I've heard many guys who think that most Asian women make good wives because they are more submissive than American women. That might be true until they become Americanized. We've gotten a little off of the original topic of this thread, which was an American Salsa competitor who felt his low marks reflected a bias among Salseros against non-hispanics. Even though his original post is now years old, it seems timely now in light of the results of last weekend's Puerto Rican Salsa Congress. My response to the original post was that the bias was against his style of Salsa (ballroom) rather than his nationality. Does anybody here have any inside information on what happened in PR? Was it judges voting for their local friend? Was it a matter of style? Nationality?