Chnlove dating site review: I have been a member of Chnlove for quite a while, and noticed that the phrase “traditional Chinese woman” is written in almost every lady’s profile. So what exactly does it mean? In my opinion, a traditional Chinese woman is all about devotion to her family.
Chnlove review: family values for traditional Chinese women
A traditional Chinese woman puts family before anything, and believes in filial piety. She does not have bad habits like gambling, smoking or drinking which may compromise the well-being of the family. A traditional Chinese woman is loyal and submissive, and makes every endeavour to please her husband in everyday life. She takes primary and sole responsibility for the household, i.e, cooks, cleans, washes, tidies, and takes full care of the children’s needs. She is a skilled administrator of the home, and will serve her husband tea when he walks in the door, and massage his tired shoulders in the evening. She is boss of the home but never bosses the man. She is loyal and even subservient to the man’s parents, respectful of his elder siblings.
What does a traditional Chinese woman expect from her husband?
In return, a traditional Chinese woman expects her husband to provide the economic security, physical safety and strategic direction for her and their children and the family’s future. She fully expects her husband to be capable, wise, provide leadership and be able to progress the social positioning of the family. As long as he provides well for her future, she will surely follow and provide companionship to complete the Chinese way of a tight family circle. That balances out the equation quite well. As long as both parties fully understand and keep up their end of the bargain and meet the other’s expectation, all goes well. Of course, included also in the deal is love, tenderness, respect, and loyalty.
Modern version of a traditional Chinese woman
Like their Western counterparts, Chinese women have become more independent, and they rely less and less on men. China has changed so much in recent years, and you may find that, just as the countryside is rapidly diminishing and being replaced by the metropolis, these traditional values are also changing. Nowadays, many Chinese women are well educated and have their own opinions. They expect to have an equal say in the family. Traditional women are probably more prevalent in smaller cities or villages, and perhaps the more mature Chinese ladies in their 40s, 50s and above, still hold the original traditional values strongly. So, traditional Chinese ladies are still out there, but maybe slightly more modern to suit the modern times.