Dating rituals in china

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It’s true that some foreign guys are just looking for a casual sexual relationship. Yet, the thing that tends to be left out of this discussion in the Chinese blogosphere, is that the people themselves are only acting as agents for the cultures in which they grew up.

The heart of this issue comes from the fact that dating, relationships and sex in Western countries is far more casual than in China, even in bigger, more metropolitan cities like Beijing and Shanghai.

Linda and I met a few days after I first arrived in China.

I was walking around the English academy which had hired me, introducing myself to my new colleagues, most of whom were Chinese. After introducing ourselves and exchanging basic questions, I asked whether she knew anyone who could tutor me in Chinese. It was a very fun and interesting experience for me. But in marriages like any other thing in life, it's not smooth sailing all the time.

Women, in particular, appear to be more focused on pragmatic qualities in prospective partners.

Last modified 18-Jan-2017 18:24