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Q: Compromise more important than compatibility in foreigner-Chinese relationship?

Seeing many of my Chinese and foreign friends in mixed couples, and having experienced this myself, it often seems like compromise trumps compatibility in foreigner-Chinese couples, or that at least the two often get confused. Both are important in a relationship, but it seems like lots of foreigners try to bridge the cultural divide so desperately it's often excessive, ie. excessive compromise.

7 years 27 weeks ago in  Relationships - China

 
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  I don't compromise at all; i'm an ignorant, arrogant, pig-headed, stubborn, bad tempered, troublesome, loud mouthed, foul mouthed, moody Brit - and if she don't like it, she can kiss my big, hairy arse.

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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/11/13/children-take-mothers-romantic-habits-study-finds/

 

if mom's a slut, daughter is a slut and son is a playbody, yes, already knew that but thanks for the confirmation.

 

 

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