Chinese dating marriage culture
After a couple weeks, I invited her to my apartment. The man with a plan By teamkrejados When he first came to China, things were a lot more lax - both in this country and in the world.Obtaining official documents was nowhere near as rigorous as it is today.Traditionally, brides became a part of their husband’s family and essentially cut ties with their natal families with special emphasis placed on a wife’s ability to produce a male heir.While researchers have long examined the dating and mate selection patterns among young adults, the vast majority have utilized Western samples.
This ideology formed a culture of marriage that strove for the “Chinese family idea, which was to have many generations under one roof".
I entered Linda's classroom, saw her, and immediately felt some interesting and happy emotions. She said she could, and agreed to meet outside work. In American culture, starting to date someone is not a big, important decision, but I think in Chinese culture it is. We have gotten into big disagreements over me not showing emotional support for Linda in the way she wants, and bad feelings can get out of control when there isn't enough understanding or communication.
We sometimes exchanged non-romantic texts in the evening. She didn't immediately answer, but said she would tell me the next day. Well, she said 'yes,' and so we spent lots of time together, and fell in love. We had a Chinese style wedding in Linda's hometown. We have survived it by apologizing later and just loving each other and wanting to stay together.
In order to further our understanding of the changing nature of dating behaviors and attitudes, this study examines a sample of young Chinese adults and focuses upon the gender differences therein.
Using a foundation of social exchange theory, the analyses illustrate the differences between the dating attitudes and expectations of Chinese women and men.