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Post time 2006-3-30 15:04:09 |Display all floors
in theory background does NOT matter.
but in reality it has influences on a relationship.

but it depends what you mean with "background"
background difference in FAMILY? money? education? country/culture? etc?
all have influece on a relationship and marriage.

most important IMO is the individual character.
whether both persons can communicate well, whether both can understand eachother's (same or different) culture/thoughts/language whatever...
if two are suitable, even if culture or background are different, that would be no problem at the end.
(ofcourse also requires both person's input into the relationship which is very very important)

[ Last edited by auchengyu at 2006-3-30 03:05 PM ]

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Post time 2006-3-30 16:02:32 |Display all floors
same  backgroud leads to easily  communicate ,to  bring the better  understanding each other ,
you can try to imagine a peasant  married to a college professor , the result will be ridiculous,just like
caringhk's saying ,
Chicken talking to Ducks
the marrige like this kind will be undoubtedly tired for the couple.

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Post time 2006-3-31 03:52:51 |Display all floors
Originally posted by hidenseek at 2006-3-30 13:31
i can think of an example.  The prince of denmark married a girl he met whilst visiting the Sydney olympics.  She came from TASMANIA ( a state of Australia, An island off the south coast, kinda lik ...


I did. She has a well educated background. Her father's a professor and she herself has two degrees in law and commerce. Her professional bio speaks for itself; here's an excerpt:

"The fresh-faced young graduate dived into professional life, moving to Melbourne, where she accepted a position at an international advertising agency. Her career would eventually lead her into the world of public relations, and culminate in her last pre-royal post as a project consultant for Microsoft Business Solutions in Denmark."

--Hellomagazing.com

Now, this isn't exactly your typical penniless pilgrim here. From what little I read, she's part of the globalized, upward-mobile, professional upper-middle class. Other than the fact that the two ran into each other by accident, there's nothing all that fantastic about the rest of this story. It certainly isn't your stereotypical "Cinderella" story.
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放我麒麟冲荡。
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Post time 2006-7-1 18:12:54 |Display all floors
[quote]Originally posted by gau1016 at 2006-3-30 16:02
same  backgroud leads to easily  communicate ,to  bring the better  understanding each other ,
you can try to imagine a peasant  married to a college professor , the result will be ridiculous,just ...


who wants to be always around
with people of the same background
a lot of factors why people could clicked,
they could be having the greatest times
of their life,like the imagined  professor
married to the peasant,
they are not intellectual peers
so in fact they would  not have been tired
of each others company because
to them,moments like these are TIME OUTS
they don't have to keep up appearances
what a bliss to be out of pompousity
unlike Charlie and Diana
of same backgrounds, indeed

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