Dating and marrying chinese girls
The groom usually wears a sash forming an "X" in front of him.
Within Chinese culture, romantic love and monogamy was the norm for most citizens.
Wedding rituals and customs often varied by region because of China's extensive and rich history and because of the numerous different cultures and ethno-linguistic groups that have been subsumed into modern Chinese culture.
In more ancient writings for the word 婚姻, the former has the radical 昏 (pinyin: hūn, literally " dusk, nightfall, twilight, dark") beside the radical 女 (pinyin: nǚ, literally "a female").
Socially, the married couple is thought to be the basic unit of society.
In Chinese history there have been many times when marriages have affected the country’s political stability and international relations.
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