Dating norms china
In China, no one ever tells people exactly what they think.On this score they are very western (politically correct).Idealists like to talk about making our culture multicultural, but we tend to forget or fail to know that some of those customs are things we find offensive in our personal lives.Circumcision (male and female), tattoo’s, alcohol, smoking, modesty or lack thereof, women’s rights, gay rights, general manners and curtesy, religion or lack thereof are just some examples of things in other cultures that we might find offensive.Cultural change can only ever be successful when that culture changes from within by the will of the people. We cannot force countries to change their social culture, just because we find it unacceptable, and we should not force our own people to accept foreign culture, simply because we undervalue our own national culture.
Heaven forbid that you not be a smoker, or worse, that you are, because they will make you chain smoke more than at any other time in your life. In some ways I think this might be true, but generally they do not hate people based on race.
There is no need to say thank you to your parents for anything, for everything they do for you is their duty. When people pay unannounced visits to your house at meal times, you MUST feed them all and smile while they spit out unwanted food onto the table or floor, or blow their noses directly onto the wall or floor.
If you refuse to drink alcohol, even if you are a non drinker, you dishonour the people who force you to drink, and force you they will.
You realize that this is a humongous country, with so many tourist...
Chinese dating etiquette is one of the well-known particular dating culture in the world of relationship.