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I've done quite a bit of travel and lived in a variety of places, all very different from each other, with people who were all quite different too.
Everywhere I have gone, I have encountered many men who told me the women in whatever city or country I was in were 'traditional' and 'hard to get anywhere with'.
Men often buy gifts for women while courting, but have you ever heard of a man being so infatuated with a woman that he actually buys her?
In Chiang Rai, a province in Thailand, the practice of buying a bride is more common than you would imagine.
While you may think that many of these Western dating norms are strange and irritating, there are some dating customs from foreign lands that may make you think our dating culture is simple by comparison.
No one wants to be in the dreaded friend zone, however, in Australia being in the friend zone often leads to romantic relationships.
Japan is known for their many technological advances (and Hello Kitty) but when it comes to dating some Japanese citizens are opting for a more traditional approach.
Many young singles in Japan are turning to a classic tradition called omiai.
This is a dating style where a professional matchmaker assists the suitor by looking into the background of potential matches and assisting with dating arrangements.
An old saying goes, “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Well, the women of a group called Miao in Southwest China know the accuracy of this age old axiom.
This group has a holiday similar to Valentine’s Day called Sisters’ Meal Festival.