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Reply: Why do Chinese girls look at their own boobs when you look at them?
I think Aloss4words's reply is the most relevant one so far, their reaction is just natural body language, but the reason is deeply rooted in Chinese culture.|
I once read a book on body language, which says women will close the collar when they feel sexually unsafe. You can often see such scenes in Chinese TV or movies, for example when a guy is staring at the cleavage of a woman or is making some sexual advances, the woman probably will close her collar. The reaction to pull down her clothes is to make sure the back or other body part is not exposed. All these imply she feels sexually unsafe. You mentioned a girl would look at her boob when you stared at her, in China it is a bit rude to stare at people (I think it is the same everywhere.), though it is not formally written in books, people just sense it and follow this etiquette. They do not consider whether you stare at them because of their beauty or weirdness（except some very confident or beautiful people, who are used to this and know this is a kind of praise or admiration.）, they just feel uncomfortable. They do it simply to avoid eye contact with stranger, just as one said because they are shy or self-conscious.
In ancient China, to be exact, only forty years ago Chinese women would wear tight corsage to make their beasts not look so big, this is because of oppression of sex, especially for women, in Chinese culture, they are supposed to do so, so as not to give man too many thoughts or you say “turn them on”. According to traditional Chinese values or rules, women are not supposed to enjoy sexual pleasure. When a woman is raped by man, it is she, not the man to blame, even if she is the victim. This culture has ruled Chinese people, especially women for thousands of years. Only in recent 10 or 20 years, people have come to or are allowed (by ideology) to embrace the idea that full breasts are sexy and an advantage, not a shameful thing.
Considering the cultural factor, no wonder their reaction is different from western girls.
By the way you said you are a Chinese, I think you are of Chinese origin, but not raised on Chinese soil.