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28-Feb-2018 04:10

The world of dating and relationships can be tough to navigate.

And if you’re an Asian single looking to make a meaningful connection with another Asian person, then there’s a whole other set of rules and guidelines by which you need to abide.

Be respectful of your date’s parents, siblings, elders, and the rest of the extended family.

While this mindset has gradually been shifting to accommodate the changing society, it is still very much a part of the family values system.

You don’t want to be in a committed relationship only to then realize that your family values completely clash and you neither want nor expect the same things.

Did you know that in Chinese culture, shaking hands is commonly accepted while in Korean and Japanese cultures, bowing is the standard greeting?

Make a good first impression by familiarizing yourself with any manners and traditions specific to your partner’s home country. Are you looking for someone who is more traditional or liberal?

Be respectful of your date’s parents, siblings, elders, and the rest of the extended family.

While this mindset has gradually been shifting to accommodate the changing society, it is still very much a part of the family values system.

You don’t want to be in a committed relationship only to then realize that your family values completely clash and you neither want nor expect the same things.

Did you know that in Chinese culture, shaking hands is commonly accepted while in Korean and Japanese cultures, bowing is the standard greeting?

Make a good first impression by familiarizing yourself with any manners and traditions specific to your partner’s home country. Are you looking for someone who is more traditional or liberal?

This is a universal rule, of course, but Asians truly value and respect their family’s opinions and if you don’t make the cut with the family, then you might find yourself being shown the door sooner rather than later.