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For, in reality, I know that my boss and my sister have had to accept more than just their partners’ cultural traits.
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.Men have traditionally married between 20 and 30 years of age, and women between 18 and 25 years.When Vietnamese marry, the woman doesn’t change her family names.This is because they consider it cheap and it that way men will identify as ‘easy’.This is why ‘men’ need to move first to initiate a tie.It's not that they don't want their children to love their mates, they simply assume that part of a child's obedience and honor to their parents will include being happy with the arranged marriage.
"She likes him because I think he is a very good match for her," said one Vietnamese mother of her daughter in an interview with Iana Iebozec.
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.
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.
It really pisses me off.” For Vietnamese women, when we go out with someone even for the first time, we have already decided that we like the person. They won’t go out with a girl unless they’ve already decided that there’s some sort of attraction. If you like each other, then why not become boyfriend and girlfriend?
Of course, as in any culture, the parents love their children and want the best for them.