There's a term used to describe the phenomenon: "exoticizing the other." You will discover to your horror that even people of "exotic" cultures use boring phrases like this.
If you actually had to live with someone from that culture and work out whether the bedroom window should be open or closed at night, or who does the dishes, or who hates whose friends, you would realize how disappointingly ordinary they are.
"I have so much to tell you about my fantasy football team."
When I first started dating a white guy, I thought he was going to be really exotic and fascinating. I thought he was going to drive a monster truck, live on a farm, belong to a country club, and be addicted to OxyContin because he was too lazy to finish high school. The only part that was true was that he was lazy.
He was also funny and smart, so I married him, but in the process I learned that there is nothing inherently interesting about white people just because they are white, and that deep down they are just as human as Chinese people.
More so if we're going by volume. Ha ha! Please don't hurt me.
By all means, hook up with the white people if you are nonwhite (as I have ordered you to), but if you've got the "white fever," you might want to lower your expectations. It turns out a very large number of them have jobs, wear shoes, and know what math is.