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Q: who got married with a foreigner woman/man(both are from different countries) in china?

Hi everyone this is my first post in here :0.

    Getting married with another foreigner in china it's another story. any one in here have some from he's/her experience to share with us?. thanks

8 years 27 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - Wuxi

 
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  Yeh, make sure he (i'm guessing the foreigner is the man) studies Chinese; a friend of mine got married to a Chinese woman, had a son, then couldn't understand the kid when he asked for milk because the kid prefered to speak Chinese. That's a problem, no?

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I haven't, but I have a friend who did. It didn't seem too hard. Just ensure you get your singles certificates and all other legal docs in order.

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Marriage is for the weak, we do not train to be marriageable..... (Karate Kid...)

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Yes, married in China almost two years ago from today. I call it the 'beginning of the long March' but in this comparison I am more like a Republican soldier who was caught and forced along. 

        It's hard to believe its been 2 years. It feels like 20 since I married my little Chinese 'Gizmo'' and the ink on the marriage papers is water on their backs turning her into a full-fledged Spike Mogwai.

                 I suppose you must see the movie 'Gremlins' to know what I'm saying. Just that bad. Really. Just a vandalizing, vindictve little monster squealing and destroying for some pointless glee and sick satisfaction. 

 

So here is the lesson. DO NOT marry a mogwai. There is only pain and no benefit to you. Just destruction of your soul. 

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Do people read the questions?

 

I don't know anyone who married another foreigner, but I have a mate in Beijing who was having a go, but didn't get to far. I think he has a thing for foreigners, I am using that word to refer to people who speak with a different English accent than him and myself, as even back home he went after the same kinds.

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"Facepalm"...Please read the question. Not a Westerner married to a Chinese but two people from different countries who got married in China. For example an American and a French.

Not me, anyway! Marriage is still an unknown and undefined entity!

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i think (bigasspanda) was clear about the question. thanx man

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