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Dating traditions in different cultures

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For a lot of Chinese people, serious dating starts after they’ve finished school.

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

Growing up in the UK, the dating scene was not an ordeal.

We no longer needed the approval of our dads and the days of being chaperoned while on a date were firmly rooted in the history books.

The first signs of a difference in courting rituals between my home country of the UK and Turkey were evident on my first holiday.

We had signed up for a rough and tumble Jeep safari around the mountains of Marmaris.

As you may expect, dating is a little bit different in China than it is in most Western countries.

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But in general, Chinese students leave high school with a lot less romantic experience than their American counterparts.

In the worst-case scenario, the man would leave the girl after he impregnated her.

Night hunting continues to be observed today, especially by the eastern folks of Bhutan.

I’ve always had a severe case of wanderlust, longing to backpack across Europe, walk the beaches of Santorini or wander down the paths of Venice.

Of course, it’s because I have the desire to travel.

But, the real reason is because I love new cultures.

I love learning about people’s ways of life, how they were brought up and what values their ethnicities hold dearly.

The ladette era of the 90’s prompted females to demand independence and if they wanted to have a one night stand and walk away in the morning, they were going to do it, whether their public reputation was tarnished or not.

Therefore, when I moved to Turkey, I was in for a shock, especially when it came to the dating scene.

We passed beautiful waterfalls on unknown country roads before arriving at a small village.

This was traditional Turkey away from the manmade holiday resorts.