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This pressure is particularly acute for women, who can be called “left-over women” if they pass the age of 26 or 27 without finding a husband.
Men can find themselves similarly left-over if they wait too long to get married.
It’s not always about finding love so much as it is about finding a potential marriage partner who fits with one’s own ideals.
For example, although many men get married without a house and a car, Chinese women will often say that they’re looking for these things because that’s the sort of person who probably has a stable career and will be able to provide for her and their future children in the long-term. As one contestant on China’s most popular dating show put it, "I’d rather cry in a BMW than laugh on a bicycle." Every parent is different, of course, but in general Chinese parents expect to be more involved in their children’s relationships.
This is a big part of why dating is often taken so seriously.
Chinese young people often feel like they don’t have the time to “play the field” that their Western counterparts are afforded by society.
They are indeed different in many ways compare to the common dating etiquette in Western countries, even the rest of the countries in East Asia.
Strongly influenced by their culture and tradition, Chinese has their own rules of dating.
Praising the women appearance is very common China. Men are the Decision Maker in (Almost) Every Aspect While women in Western countries would be delighted to choose where to eat, Chinese women rely more on men in decision making.It’s not uncommon for parents and grandparents to set their children up on blind dates with suitable matches they’ve found.If their child’s significant other doesn’t meet with the parents’ approval, continuing the relationship will be very difficult.When Western women would like to turn her face away after men compliment her beauty, Chinese women won’t. This happen in almost every occasion such as deciding where to eat and ordering the food.
It is not that they’re not be able to make their own decision, but they worried whether men will like it or not.The ultimate goal of most relationships in China is marriage.