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Bren is presently married to a Chinese woman after meeting her on CLM. He's a Production Manager/Designer by profession. He enjoys writing on topics of personal experience and observation. From the "meet & greet" to "married life" with an intercontinental relationship, he hopes to create interest and discussion with all of you. Feel free to say, "Hi!" He also welcomes your messages, questions and feedback through CLM (thedragonb1).
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#2010-12-22 17:03:09 by JohnAbbot

Hey Bren, you've done a great job of relating your experiences dealing with having a new bride from a foreign culture, but I'm curious as to how things are going between both yourself and your new bride with your social and work groups. How is she doing at bonding with them, and how is that affecting you?

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#2011-01-09 11:47:04 by moorejason

Hey Bren, I enjoy reading your blogs and thought you might have some insight. Ive been talking with a girl on another site for about 10 months this included talking on the phone, pictures,web cam, emails, and regular chatting. Decided to go to guangzhou to meet her she was excited as was I, one day before I got there I received an email that her parents were in an accident and she couldnt see me, I got to the airport and her "friend" picked me up explained that her parents felt I was bad luck and refused to allow her to see me, had an amazing time while in China the "friend" is a matchmaker and introduced me to 5 beautiful woman. I have a feeling it is a set up to get me to come over to meet other women but not sure also have you ever heard of such superstition? Any input would be great, like I said not complaining because of the wonderful time but but also feel deceived. thanks

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#2011-02-26 00:38:11 by Anonymous

I have some CLM members whom I have been in contact with who state that if we marry they will love me always (a big statement). Is this something that Chinese women will make and commit too generally (and sincerely) or do they just want come to Australia. I have heard of these relationships happening very successfully.

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#2011-03-11 07:04:07 by Anonymous

Hi Bren - I need some advice regarding formulating a proper response. I have been seriously mislead by a Chinese lady regarding her photos and appearance. He profile photos are downright gorgeous. Some of the photos she sent me were just plain awesome. I was seriously interested and so was she. We communicated by e-mail and established a good relationship. She expressed a deep interest in taking the relationship to a higher level. She asked me to come to China so "we may know each other better."<br><br>Of course I followed your and John Abbott's advice. I insisted on seeing her before I even considered making any travel arrangements....What a huge disappointment and let down! Let me tell you, the woman I saw was not even close to those photos. This was an entirely different woman! I was seriously mislead and feel betrayed. It is sad. I do not understand. <br><br>I believe she is a nice woman, but she is not honest with me. It has been a week and I have not responded to any of her e-mails. I do not wish to hurt her or be mean or cruel. I am a gentleman and not a jerk. I need to send her a response that is diplomatic and calmly explains the situation about why I will no longer be able to have any type of relationship with her. As I mentioned above, it is not my intention to hurt her or for her to "lose face". But I do need to explain she mislead me and this destroyed my trust. That I am no longer interested in her and need to say zaijian.<br><br>I am asking for a little assistance formulating a necessary and proper response. I hope you might be able to provide some guidance and direction. <br><br>Thank you for any input you can provide.

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