bros and homies
im latin american indian , british born and ive started dating a 33 y/o malaysian chinese guy.
ive heard in malaysia it’s a deal that is big the indians to marry chinses and vice versa. the chinese generally speaking tend to date just each other, have become peaceful and only talk their language.
im worried you will see massive cultural differecnes, as an example, in malaysia women have caned for drinking beer.
any chinese that is malaysian here that may offer me personally some pointers for dating into this tradition? how exactly to act, what things to know about, any traditions etc?
additionally as a result of their age and my religion (catholic) we are likely to be going toward marriage if it goes into a relationship. will my race and faith cause probalms? will I have to learn chinese?
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(Original post by shinytoy) bros and homies
im latin american indian , british born and ive began dating a 33 y/o malaysian chinese dude.
ive heard in malaysia it really is a big deal for the indians to marry chinses and vice versa. the chinese in general tend up to now just one another, have become peaceful and only talk their language.
im worried you will have massive cultural differecnes, for instance, in malaysia women get caned for consuming beer.
any chinese that is malaysian here that may offer me some tips for dating into this tradition? just how to act, things to be familiar with, any traditions etc?
also as a result of their age and my religion (catholic) if it switches into a relationship, we’re apt to be going toward wedding. will my religion and race cause probalms? will I must learn chinese?
Wait, whud? I have never ever heard of circumstances like this occurring!
He is more liberal than the average Malaysian Malay/Indian if he is a typical Malaysian Chinese, I’d say. The only barrier you’d have marrying him is getting through their parents, which willn’t be that big of a deal.
Language-wise, don’t be concerned. There is certainly a reasons why Malaysians talk English so well. Everyone is bilingual to a specific degree, together with Malaysian-Chinese have a very good demand associated with English language in specific. Learning Chinese is through no means necessary.
Culturally, try not to mock the Malaysian Chinese accent though] Trying to infuse all the ‘lahs’, ‘mahs’ and typical Manglish english in your speech is quite fun! Ask him about the fantastic aspects of his culture — good examples would include the Hungry Ghost Festival, Chinese New Year, the Midautumn lantern festival etc. etc unless he is absolutely comfortable with it [most of them are fine with it. Whether it’s feasible, get him to celebrate these with you (you can not actually commemorate the Hungry Ghost Month, but nevertheless . )
Get him to prepare you some local meals. Notable these include Laksa, Kolo mee, Kueh tiaw, as well as other chinese names we can not pronounce. Oh, and Milo! Milo can be a part that is integral of “cuisine”.
You would certainly be amazed, however a number that is remarkable of Chinese in Malaysia are Catholics. Ask him about their religion, as it might be either Buddhism or Catholicism (or Agnostic, several of ’em). The culture that is malaysiann’t completely different off their countries anyhow, and rules are much less stringent as those originating from China.