Dating vietnamese culture
Of course, as in any culture, the parents love their children and want the best for them.However, what is considered "best" are things like family status of their potential mate, wealth, proximity to their own parents, and health.Marriage is regarded as being permanent and brides are expected to be virgins when they get married.Couples have traditionally been expected to marry within their village and class with marriage to cousins or within the extended families being frowned upon.If you don't want to eventually marry her, then keep it a platonic friendship. Don't EVER try to apply them to someone you want to be your S/O.Vietnamese women aren't content with longterm dating that doesn't lead to marriage. Especially give up the idea of the "submissive asian woman" if you ever held such a misconception.To a certain extent I feel I understand the reasons for some of these problems. “Vietnamese women get serious too quickly,” said one western colleague of mine once. “But with Vietnamese women, you go out once or twice and suddenly they treat you like you’re boyfriend and girlfriend.
When Vietnamese marry, the woman doesn’t change her family names.
When westerners look at Vietnamese love relationships, they may be astonished by the differences between the cultures.
Whether it's the customs of a rural village or the high-tech flirtations in the metropolis, the way that Vietnamese love relationships form and develop are very interesting.
For, in reality, I know that my boss and my sister have had to accept more than just their partners’ cultural traits.
They’ve had to ingratiate themselves with a whole different belief system and set of nuances that are alien to their own. However, achieving such a scenario is complicated and requires patience, an open mind and a lot of time.