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Understanding the Clash Between International Couples    

By Sarah Wang
9859 Views | 23 Comments | 5/14/2010 1:10:38 PM
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#2012-11-05 01:38:20 by anonymous4661 @anonymous4661

SailorCanada, I don't care that you disgrace yourself or Canada, but please take the word Sailor out of your description.

And what more could it hurt to explain a little more of your asian women problems to JohnAbbot?

Sarah, thanks for the article. I have met an incredible woman here and appreciate every little bit of insight to better close the culture gap while still enjoying all that's new that the cultures have to offfer.

xie, xie :-)

#2013-01-09 08:26:39 by trix @trix

I think we should also consider where the couple will live. A famous saying goes like this: "While in Rome do what Romans do". If I decide to live in China I start learning Mandarin/Cantonese, I become familiar with Chinese traditions and culture, I accept the idea of lack of privacy, or family involvement, or the fact that I have to pay every time I go out with a woman etc. However, if I marry someone who wants to live in my country I expect her to adjust to Western values and not the other way around: she needs to learn English so she can go to school/have a job, she will have to keep her family away from our relationship, etc. But all these things should be discussed at the beginning of a relationship, not later. If the partners don't agree on this they should move on and find the right partner. In addition, most Western men are looking for love, not someone to cook and clean, while many Chinese women told me they don't even know what (romantic) love is. And if I say I have a huge house and a very well paid job how would I know if the woman is interested in me and not in my money?

#2015-07-18 06:57:34 by danruble @danruble

Trix, how about not talk about your big house and money...

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