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and i think that is a sad reflection upon modern day society.
the only barrier is see is the difference in language.
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at what does a Asian man or woman have the right to choose their own partner? it must cause frustration because we all have free will and if you don't want to do something but you are forced to do it, that causes frustration doesn't it? i just think should be free to choose their own potential husband /wife without feeling afraid of being rejected by ones parents or community.
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but because mixed race relationships are rare and not encouraged, i think it would be easier for a black man to pass through the eye of a needle than for him to be approved to marry the daughter of traditional strict Asian parents?
Now that includes not only that the new son-in-law have a good job and be able to provide, but it also means that his family is of good standing and he is respected in the community.
If she was to marry another person from the same town that was, say, a criminal, or maybe disabled, it would be the same issue. it's different for everyone, but here's the general statement.
i can't help being liberal minded on these matters.