Asian families


Families of Azerbaijan

Azerbaijani families are famous for their hospitality, which perfectly reflects all the national customs of the country. Many centuries ago, when this country was just emerging, guests were treated with special respect, because at that time people lived in tribes and each ...

Families of Armenia

The head of the family or community is the eldest man in the family, the owner of the house. However, there are some differences in the Armenian family in that the owner can dispose of all the property that belongs to the family and, in addition, the fate of each of the family members ...

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Families of Afghanistan

Usually families in Afghanistan are very large and are always led by the oldest man of the family. All other family members, both men and women, obey him. Marriages are concluded relatively early and only necessarily between members of the same tribal group. Before conclusion ...

Families Bangladesh

There is also an almost official age limit for marriage: eighteen years for girls and twenty-one years for boys. However, a young man is unlikely to be given the go-ahead to create a family if he does not have his own income. In general, customs and rituals ...

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Bahrain families

Family for a typical Bahraini is not just in the first place, family is both a hobby, a job, and the best component of life, although you should not ask a Bahraini about how his wife's health is, he will not understand such a question, he will consider you at least tactless and impolite ...

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Brunei families

Brunei has the strictest prohibition on premarital relationships, with severe penalties for violations. All sexual contacts and even allusions to them between Muslims and representatives of other religions are prohibited. Violators of these rules may even be evicted from the country ...

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Families of Vietnam

Vietnamese families are created on the basis of centuries-old national traditions and basic social principles. This attitude is manifested in the fact that wherever, a person is thrown by fate, no matter what position in society he occupies, whether he is a rich and famous person ...

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Hong Kong families

It cannot be said that a woman played a less important social role in Hong Kong than a man. Most of them are educated and hold various positions of responsibility. According to traditional views, it is believed that first of all a woman should be good ...

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Families of Georgia

Some time ago, in all Georgian families the decision about marriage and even about choosing a couple was always made only by the parents. Currently, this is no longer so relevant and parents do not interfere with the choice of their children, but this does not mean that a wedding can take place without parental consent ...

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Families of Israel

The life of an Israeli family is based on respect, which it must pass on to its children as well. Parents should be ideal for their children, their duty is to pass on all family and national traditions to their children. In addition, children need to instill the correct traits ...

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Families of India

Hindus do not seek to marry, they test their feelings for a long time in order to avoid the unpleasant divorce procedure, and therefore most often they marry at a mature age from twenty-five to thirty-five years. In this difficult situation all over the world ...

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Families of Yemen

Throughout her life, a woman in Yemen hides herself not only from prying eyes, but also from her own husband. Even in moments of intimacy, a woman cannot afford to show her body, because seducing her husband is also a great sin. But men are not at all embarrassed by that ...

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Families of Indonesia

Indonesians have a lot of children, and they love them to the point of unconsciousness. There is a popular Indonesian proverb that says, "If you have a lot of children, you will have enough income." It means that when the children become adults and earn their own living, they will immediately begin to help their parents ...

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Families of Jordan

Many families in Jordan, especially those living outside the cities, lead a traditionally Islamic way of life; residential buildings are usually divided into two halves, male and female. At the same time, women who arrived from other countries are treated in the same way as distinguished guests, without trying to apply ...

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Iraqi families

A woman in Iraq must honor her husband, always obey and obey him. In this sense, all women receive the same upbringing, and from childhood, the concept of a man is laid in them as a ruler who must be loved, respected and gratified ...

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Families of Iran

In the event of a divorce in Iran, all dowry donated from both sides of the young must be returned according to the rules. Refusal to return the dowry will be regarded as dishonest behavior of one or another spouse. However, divorce in Iranian families is a rather rare occurrence and many spouses ...

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Families of Cambodia

The concept of a family in Cambodia includes everyone, even the most distant relatives. Cambodians know the taste of the loss of dear and beloved people, so family values ​​are inviolable here ...

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Qatar families

In Qatar, women also feel much freer compared to neighboring Arab countries - they are not only allowed to drive a car, but also to engage in public social activities. For example, the wife of the richest sheikh in Qatar, Moza Nasser al-Misnad, is quite actively breaking all stereotypes ...

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Families of Cyprus

The Cypriots' extraordinary love for children is noted. They look at babies with extraordinary tenderness. It is almost impossible to see a crying child in Cyprus, but joyful children's laughter is heard everywhere. Such respect for children is not in vain ...

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Families of Kyrgyzstan

A woman in Kyrgyzstan is forbidden to do hard work around the house and around the house, she is protected from all kinds of troubles that may agitate her. She cannot leave the house without amulets, which should protect a woman from the evil eye and unkind people. In addition, in the house ...

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Families of China

The Chinese family is distinguished by the contrast between modern life and ancient family traditions. Despite the actions of modern culture, China has not abandoned traditions that have been preserved not for hundreds, but for thousands of years, and which cannot be simply taken and forgotten ...

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Families of Kuwait

As in all Arab countries, family and family values ​​are traditionally a priority in Kuwait, as well as respect for the older generation and love for children. From early childhood, a child in Kuwait learns that elders must not only be respected, but also given them ...

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Families of North Korea

In North Korea, marriage is really taken seriously and families are created once and for all. For this, both young people carefully consider the moment of the official marriage. There are very few divorces in the country, which puts North Korea on one of the ...

Families of South Korea

In South Korean families, the relationship between a man and a woman has always been characterized by an enviable mutual understanding, despite the fact that men will never help a woman with the housework. In these families, a clear and strict division of labor into male work has been established ...

Families of Laos

There is a legend that says that true love appears only in those couples who were in love "in a past life." In Laos, it is believed that all marriages are made in heaven, and everything that happens in life is prepared from above and the fate of all people in advance ...

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Families of Lebanon

Women in Lebanon have enough rights and freedoms, they can have a great time with a cup of coffee with their neighbors and girlfriends, after they send their men to work in the morning. Lebanese women manage to redo a huge number of cases in the whole day ...

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Macau families

In Macau, even much more than in Hong Kong, you can see the clash of Eastern and Western cultures. During the years when the Portuguese State ruled here, all Chinese traditions in this region have weakened to some extent, but still have not completely erased. Everywhere you can see standing ...

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Families of Malaysia

Mixed marriages were ubiquitous both before and now, what nationality the children are is not easy to understand, but all this confusion resulted in a friendly and kind, albeit a little lazy country, people in which not only love life, they love to enjoy it ...

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Families Maldives

When a marriage is concluded in a Maldivian family, marriage contracts are concluded simultaneously with the consent of both parties, in addition, marriages are concluded without the presence of the bride herself. The presence of the groom himself, the fathers of the bride and groom is enough, but in any case, the bride must ...

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Families of Mongolia

In Mongolian families, it is customary to display all their supplies in front of guests, despite the fact that the owners themselves always cost little, and if guests also come with gifts, then they receive an even higher status of welcome guests. Favorite gifts for Mongols can be matches ...

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Families of Nepal

The girl who gets married can no longer belong to her parents' house, she is wholly and completely owned by her own husband and his family. However, until a child appears in the family, the girl has practically no weight in her husband's family. Only after the birth of a son ...

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Families UAE

Today, not every Arab can afford polygamy. Although Islam permits up to four wives, the main reason for this monogamy is the lack of funds to maintain a harem. Therefore, the classic UAE, consisting of one husband, several wives and a harem ...

Families of Palestine

Hundreds of families in Palestine are forced to walk through a huge number of checkpoints in order to buy, for example, essential goods and food. People are constantly faced with various harassment from the Israeli military at the checkpoints. In this situation, women are the most vulnerable ...

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Families of Pakistan

Pakistanis are a religious people. Everywhere you can see people praying, some drivers of minibuses and buses stop right on their route, get off the transport and, along with all the passengers, perform namaz (prayer). Pakistanis know how to meet and receive a guest ...

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Syrian families

A girl's weddings in Syria can wait a long time, until they can find a worthy person for themselves who will become real support for them in everything and can make her happy in the full sense of the word. It also happens that girls get married after thirty ...

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Families of Tajikistan

A woman has a special role in a Tajik family. On the one hand, the mother is the mistress of the house and the wife of the head of the family, but on the other, she meekly fulfills any will of her husband and his parents. Despite such an unacceptable attitude for European women, it still cannot be called discrimination. ...

Families of Thailand

In Thailand, it is customary to settle quarrels and disagreements in the family as quickly as possible, peace and tranquility in the family is above all, the strength of family relations is valued most of all, and families are welcome here ...

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Families of Turkmenistan

Today's marriages in Turkmenistan are already more thought out, because before getting married, a man and women for some time try to create a prosperous material base for themselves, which will allow them to create a full-fledged family and quickly put it on its feet ...

Families of Turkey

Family relations in Turkey are very complicated and a woman here is shackled by strict Muslim laws and traditions, which say that you need to obey your husband. The main task of a woman in a family is not to interfere with her husband and not interfere with the conversation once again ...

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Families of Uzbekstana

As soon as young people in Uzbekistan reach the age when they can get married, parents start thinking about finding a suitable match for their children. Young people are now free from prejudices and therefore parents give them the opportunity to independently ...

Sri Lanka families

Marriages in Sri Lanka are very strong, but sometimes divorce happens. The bride brings a dowry to the groom's house, and this depends on the condition of her own family. There are few more women here than men, marriages take place either for love (which happens extremely rarely), or for ...

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Families Philippines

In the Philippines, family ties are taken very seriously, here not only family ties are important in the family, but also spiritual unity with the whole family and among the closest relatives is of great importance ...

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Families of Japan

In the life of a Japanese, family is sacred. The patriarchal way of life is still present in the Japanese institution of the family. Traditional views involve a marriage of convenience, regardless of true feelings ...

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