As for traditional Asian values, I see no difference in them with most western counterparts. During the middle ages in europe, they had chivalry and other values much similar to what asians had in the same time period. But they also valued somewhat more in life then Asians. Lets see, Ganghis Khan slaughtered millions, the chinese belived that their emperors were descended from gods and that they were all right, even when emperors and officials were corrupted the people did nothing. While in England at the time the king was forced to sign the Magna Carta. The greeks had the first republic. Both european and asian societies at the time honored bravery, loyalty, chivalry. Europeans enslaved african natives. Asians exported and smuggled people, some of which had to sell themselves into forced labor to pay of their debts. Burma Laos and part of Thailand are called the Golden Triangle and its one of the largest suppliers of drugs.
And now lets see modern events.
The Chicoms or Chinks or the so called People's republic of china violates human rights, as some other asian countries. The governments are corrupted, the people are suffering. In north Korea and Burma a mobile phone is considered a luxury item and few people can afford it (where the price of each sim card ranges in the area of 5000 USD worth of their money in Burma, while in North Korea only the officials can own one). I once lived for a few years in an asian country where the police of that country did nothing to stop crimes, took bribes and the court of law decided in favour of the side which bribed him the most. The PRC prosecutes religion practioners, and even used extreme force against the common people (Tianaman Square). In WWII, both Hitler and Japanese forces had concentration camps where they killed millions. Hitler and his men were prosecuted (Nuremburg Trials) by the western authorities and due to the work of 1 european citizen, under the United Nations article 'Genocide became classified as a Crime Against Humanity'.
In the Army doctrine of mainland china, in contrast to the Republic of China's doctrine, since the PRC has more then 1billion in population, they consider that their people to be expandable in times of war meaning they will sacrifice as many lives necessary.
While in the West, they have a mostly democratic form of government where officials are of the people, elected by the people, for the people. Sure they have some corruption, but those corruptions are also punished, even more so then what goes on in certain Asian countries today. As for social and family values. Both cultures still mostly have a tight family bond, but also certain liberties too. However both also have some problems but that isnt a majority. Social values, both have good things and bad.
I remember several years ago in the US there was an article about a boy in a small town who had cancer and lost all his hair to radiation therepy. And all his friends asked their parents to shave their heads so that this particular boy would not be alone hairless in school.