American culture on dating

27-Feb-2017 17:04

Over time, the difficult scholar exams were transformed into Modern China’s college entrance exam 高考 (gāo kǎo.) Gao Kao is a standardized exam that determines what university you can enter (and whether you can even enter university).

High school days are the busiest for teenagers because of the rigorous school work and preparation needed for .

More so than Westerners, many Chinese view dating as a pragmatic affair.

China has less casual dating than America, and this has a lot to do with China’s conservative history.

During Imperial China, becoming a scholar was a huge priority because it meant wealth and status for families (which in turn meant better marriage matches).

(For all of you Asian Canadians out there, this goes for you, too.) From family values to cultural connections, there are a number of things you’ll want to take into consideration before jumping into a relationship.

For starters, a first generation Asian American may think about his/her heritage in a slightly different light than someone whose family has been in the US for generations.

More so than Westerners, many Chinese view dating as a pragmatic affair.

China has less casual dating than America, and this has a lot to do with China’s conservative history.

During Imperial China, becoming a scholar was a huge priority because it meant wealth and status for families (which in turn meant better marriage matches).

(For all of you Asian Canadians out there, this goes for you, too.) From family values to cultural connections, there are a number of things you’ll want to take into consideration before jumping into a relationship.

For starters, a first generation Asian American may think about his/her heritage in a slightly different light than someone whose family has been in the US for generations.

Usually, one side or both sets of parents are dead set against them dating their significant other.