Dinner Date – who pays?
The following post was sent to us by a lovely Chinese girl who lives in Shanghai. She is in her late 20s, enjoys a successful career with an international brand company, has traveled the world and is perhaps typical of the “modern Chinese girl” :
I often talk about relationship dilemmas with
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Marriage in China : The Parents Issue
It takes two to tango as well as to build a happy marriage. In most western countries, couples are pretty much on their own to make decision about their love life. When it comes to a relationship in Chinese culture, there are more than just two people in
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Dating across cultural boundaries can make life interesting and rewarding at the same time. Getting to know one another can be enjoyable if both people understand the cultural differences that exist between them. Knowing what to expect from each culture can set the tone for each individual date as well as the progression of the
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Cultural Differences in Relationships : Can it really work?
An interesting discussion took place on LoveLoveChina regarding the differences in perceptions of a relationship between “westerners” and Chinese. It’s a long ongoing debate here in the forums on whether cultural differences indeed exist, if they do – whether they’re understandable to both sides, and then
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