Customs of dating around the world
The person who does the asking should pay for the date, unless the person asked insists on paying for herself while on the date.
Making a “date” commits you to doing something, such as going to a movie, going dancing or having dinner.
In the tradition of Valentine’s Day, let’s look at some cultures around the world—and the crazy stuff people do for love.
Love can make boys do crazy stuff, like sneaking up into a girl’s room in the dead of night—all the while risking arrest or a shotgun to the face by an angry father.
Biggest Shocker: The ways things work in courtship and the actual relationship are almost polar opposite.
Chris Walker-Bush, an Australian who spent time teaching English in Korea, writes on his blog Aussie on the Road that it’s common to see Korean men carry around their girlfriend’s purse while out shopping, but that’s not likely to continue into marriage.
In a college setting, you may be used to just “hanging out” with others.
Women in China are now more educated, but very traditional Chinese men may still want women “beneath them,” who are less educated and more subservient, reports a story on China
To combat this, DNA testing and several laws were put into place to afford women protection.
Also, families have now secured their homes with steel locks in order to prevent a hunter from entering.
In the worst-case scenario, the man would leave the girl after he impregnated her.
Night hunting continues to be observed today, especially by the eastern folks of Bhutan.