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From: China 江苏(jiang su) 苏州(su zhou ) @aussieghump Time : 2013-01-02 18:57:26
Not sure if any of you saw the latest 'news' on the Chinese internet but apparently there is some type of 'my daughter's marriage will be more expensive than yours' brinkmanship going on in JinJiang - apparently a local 'Tile Manufacturing Boss' bestowed 20Million USD on his daughter for her wedding including 3-4 townhouses, some commercial properties, a Porsche and a BMW, shares in the company, a few buckets of gold, a diamond and gold wedding dress and a few other small trinkets...

Anyone on CLM meeting that description and is interested in marriage?
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From: Iceland Nordhurland Vestra Akureyri @Icekuma23 Time : 2013-01-03 05:59:06 #1
I can't wait to see the responses to this one. :D
From: Canada Saskatchewan Strasbourg @scubaguy14 Time : 2013-01-03 12:25:37 #2
not really related, but it is about money expectations. I've noticed a fair number of girls are asking for a man to have an income of 200,000+.. I'd like to know if they are serious as I think that is unrealistic .. Any girls like to speak up?
From: China 北京(bei jing) 北京(bei jing) @ripe Time : 2013-01-03 22:13:29 #3
中国人的女儿,是出嫁的,儿子是继承家族事业的。所以在女儿出嫁时,会有嫁妆,至于多少,是根据家庭的财富的多少决定的,这些嫁妆是父母的给予,只在第一次婚姻时。在1949 年前是有十里红妆送女儿出嫁的壮观景象。即使现在,在平常人家,在女儿结婚时,买辆汽车做嫁妆的也有很多。
From: China 广东(guang dong) 广州(guang zhou ) @Grace172 Time : 2013-01-03 22:21:23 #4
haha... Wow a rich father....I am curious what the men think. Are they jealous of that bridegroom? Do they think why they were not that lucky bridegroom? Do they want to find a rich father in law too? haha...
If I had a rich father, I wouldn't feel shame on his vast fortune, but I would feel shame on his 'generous' for such a wedding.
Anyway, wedding is an important invent of life, as long as they are happy, they have right to make their wedding as gorgeous as what they like. Best wish to them.
From: China 河北(he bei) 保定(bao ding ) @sandy339 Time : 2013-01-03 22:48:32 #5
Hi Gateth

I think it is just a upstart's showoff with uncompleted personality, nothing worthy to illustrate, but why are you interested in it?
From: China 江苏(jiang su) 苏州(su zhou ) @aussieghump Time : 2013-01-04 15:36:56 #6
My interest, only is that it might be a reverse gold-digger situation!

The net worth of the marriage ceremony was said to be 1 billion RMB.

Personally, I think this 'show' of such blatant wealth is a little disgusting, but each to their own! I hope that the bride and groom can have a happy and loving relationship for their entire lives.
From: China 新疆(xin jiang) 乌鲁木齐(wu lu mu qi ) @Apinkapple Time : 2013-01-04 15:38:10 #7
From: United States California Sacramento @danruble Time : 2013-01-05 02:16:27 #8
OH my... G Hump was joking..a little.. I am sure he meant looking for a rich wedding gift was meant as humour...It seems, that many Chinese of great wealth feel compelled to show it of.. Just as people everywhere else on earth.. It is nothing new...The Railroad barons that once gave diamonds and rubies to dinner guests have been replaced by Oil sheiks, Coal billionaires and tile magnates... Just as ladies can dream, so can guys...But I don't doubt that if some attractive woman's family suddenly appeared with a few cars and town houses and a bucket or two of gold, that Gareth would object to strongly. He was just saying being a sudden milionaire was a job he might not mind. Wanted to apply for..Anyone that says he would not think about twenty mill,is probably a liar, a saint or already has a few Billion...
From: Canada British Columbia Victoria @bmccull Time : 2013-01-05 04:52:25 #9
Sometimes in this situation, the gifts are more for show and the couple will return them to the family.
From: China 北京(bei jing) 北京(bei jing) @ripe Time : 2013-01-06 16:42:40 #10
1 只可以在几十年内,拥有财富,没文化,没有远见,只知道炫耀,这一种不能造福后代
2 在一定的时间内积聚了财富,同样本人没文化,炫耀但是不太过分,但是不能很好的管
3 第三种 这一种 也是本人文化水平低,但是知道附庸风雅,知道装做很有文化的样子
From: China 北京(bei jing) 北京(bei jing) @ripe Time : 2013-01-06 17:05:11 #11
From: China 河北(he bei) 保定(bao ding ) @sandy339 Time : 2013-01-06 21:00:12 #12
I see, you are really smart. Yes, no matter under what kind of situation, people from bottom of their heart hope to have a happy marriage I firmly believe so. I also give my good wish to their marriage:-)
From: China 上海(shang hai) 上海(shang hai) @lhui Time : 2013-01-06 22:56:57 #13
In a chinese family, the girl get married, parents always prepare some dowry for her. it is one of traditional chinese cultures, with chinese characteristics. how much the dowry is , depend on the parents' ability. in the parents view, it seem that is also a way to love their child. as we all know, marriage is built on the basis of feelings.
It is said that the happiness groom is just an ordinary civil servants. Best wishs to them.
From: China 北京(bei jing) 北京(bei jing) @ripe Time : 2013-01-07 14:28:28 #14
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