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In most Shanghainese households, it’s not the woman working hard in the kitchen every night–it’s the man.

However, in southern China, it’s usually the man’s duty to whip up some good grub. He is an amazing cook that can make the simple stuff taste divine (for example, his fried rice is killer! Richard also makes aromatic and flavorful curries ala India and Thailand. They Tend to Be Financially Responsible Most Chinese men** I have met tend to do a good job of managing their money well. They must have skimped on Needless to say, this kind of behavior rubs off on the children. Chinese men tend not to spend what they don’t have and save their money for future necessities (in China, most men buckle down and save in order to buy a house, since it’s a must in order to get married). He nearly received a third bachelor degree in business just because he loves to dabble in economics and personal finance.

Now, after many hits and misses in the dating scene, I finally found my perfect match: Richard (and surprise! I know this may vary by region, since northern China is (I hear) more traditional in terms of having the man out in the field while the woman handles the kids and the cookin’.

When many Chinese children think of homemade cooking, they don’t think of mom standing over a hot stove; but rather, recall fond memories of dad boiling stews, rolling up won tons or preparing a hot bowl of tan yuan (sweet dumplings) for dessert.

Parents pull out all the stops to ensure their child has the best upbringing, and in turn their children take care of the parents in old age.

Jocelyn is a writer, blogger and the creator of Speaking of China, a blog about love, family and relationships in China, including AMWF love. You can find her writing in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, the anthologies "How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit? Jocelyn is fluent in Chinese and working on a memoir.

It’s not uncommon for parents and grandparents to set their children up on blind dates with suitable matches they’ve found.

When I thought about my burgeoning crush for Tian, I figured it was no different from that college semester when I studied in Spain.

All the American girls I knew liked flirting with the local Spaniards, and why not?

The basics are the same—people are people everywhere—but there are still a few differences regarding culture and social cues to note.

Because of China’s rigorous college entrance examination, dating is rarely tolerated among high school students. That doesn’t mean that Chinese teens don’t have high school crushes or even relationships (mostly secret ones).