pnp Post time 2018-10-3 13:51:52

Chengking Post time: 2018-9-30 11:27 static/image/common/back.gif
In laws are just harder to get along with, be they Chinese or not.

But Chinese in-laws are the worst of the lot; they want to run your life, and in the process ruin it, that is in addition to the huge bride price you have to pay marry their daughters!

Jaaja Post time 2018-10-3 22:43:09

As number one, I'd put maturity and self-knowledge on ur own part in choosing the future partner. There are plenty available who are not so demanding neither themselves or by their families.

in addition to the huge bride price you have to pay marry their daughters!

Which by the way is illegal according to marriage law of China. But you know how it is with rule of law in China...

A valid legal interpretation could go as far, that if such illegal transaction has taken place, it could render the whole marriage illegal and automatically cancelled in the eyes of law.

pnp Post time 2018-10-4 13:27:14

Jaaja Post time: 2018-10-3 22:43 static/image/common/back.gif
As number one, I'd put maturity and self-knowledge on ur own part in choosing the future partner. Th ...

Ha, never heard of anyone prosecuted under this law.

pnp Post time 2018-10-4 13:29:28

The dream of a blissful marriage often end up as a nightmare; witness the high divorce rate in China!

Jaaja Post time 2018-10-4 13:53:21

This post was edited by Jaaja at 2018-10-4 13:58

pnp Post time: 2018-10-4 13:27 static/image/common/back.gif
Ha, never heard of anyone prosecuted under this law.
Probably same applies to any possible anti-corrupt laws back in the day.

Anyway, it is only a milder case of human trafficking. Whether you pay the parents, or crooks in North-East for a DPRK  refugee, or South-West for a Myanmar lady.



allnightlong Post time 2018-10-5 04:47:21

SEARU Post time: 2018-9-29 22:43 static/image/common/back.gif
Certainly that would bring much benefit!

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