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Elegant and Inspiring Chinese Culture and Tradition

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Chinese culture is one of the oldest civilizations in the world and nowadays the Chinese Culture has played an important role in world society, and in China itself. Have more knowledge of Chinese culture and tradition, you will find it interesting and helpful for the smooth communication with Chinese girl!

There are many tradition and customs that are particular to Chinese people and Chinese singles. Because of the powerful influence that China as exerted on neighboring cultures, some of Chinese culture and tradition are echoed in other Asian singles.

Chinese culture and tradition-- About introductions

Unlike Westerners, Chinese people do not usually greet people who they have not been introduced to or are not familiar with. It would seem odd if a Chinese girl would offer a "Hi" or "Hello" when passing on the street, but it is also standard practice to have a name card or business card to give to people when introduced.

Conversation topics for Chinese people newly acquainted also differ from that of English speakers. "Have you eaten already?" is a popular greeting among the Chinese. And it is not impolite to ask about a Chinese singles 's job, annual salary, marital/dating status, or age,and questions about family tend to be deflected or avoided.

Chinese culture and tradition-- Gift Giving

Giving gifts and treating people to dinner is a common practice in Chinese culture, especially during festival days. When if a gift is given, it should be offered with two hands. Any gift offered with two hands should always be received with two hands. Even such a trivial matter of giving a name card should, to be perfectly polite, be given and received in this manner.

When the right moment comes, gifts can also be served as catalysts in the Chinese dating etiquette. You can send your Chinese girl or Chinese bride a unique present as a token of love. It doesn't have to be flashy but it is a reminder that you are carried in her heart, wherever she goes.

Chinese culture and tradition-- Family Relations and Names

Although Chinese embraces the concept of of equality between man and Chinese woman now, traditionally Chinese Culture have followed patriarchal lines. The Chinese extended family tends to be more significant in life than that of Western cultures, and thusly the different relationships are further distinguished than they are in English. When your Chinese girl speaks for siblings, she may refer to them in respect to being older brothers and older sisters or younger brothers and younger sisters. The same differentiation occurs among aunts, uncles, cousins etc. Chinese relatives are even further divided by paternal relatives and maternal relatives.

In Chinese culture, Chinese names are given in the reverse of Western names. The surname is said first, and then the given name. For example, Bruce Lee's name rendered in Cantonese is /Leih/ /Siu/ \Luhng\. /Leih/ (Lee) is his surname and spoken first. The given name (Little Dragon) is spoken secondly. Professional, social, and family tittles always follow the name as well. The titles Doctor, Master, Professor, or Teacher would follow the surname or full name.

Chinese culture and tradition-- The Concept of Face

The concept of "saving face" or "losing face" originates from Chinese culture and tradition. This is a complicated subject and not easily set down as a rule or principle, but the Chinese woman and man may care a lot. Certain behaviors or actions are done in an effort to save face or to not cause another to lose face.

For example, Chinese women might tell you "maybe", or agree to something they fully intend not to do in order to avoid completely rejecting a request or proposal, which would cause one to lose face. Often, "face" is given or lost in accordance to rules of Chinese dating etiquette. Therefore it is important to follow the Chinese dating customs and understand polite behavior in order to avoid causing your Chinese woman to lose "face".

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