Families of Asia



The families of Azerbaijan.

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

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Families of Armenia.

The head of the family or community is the oldest man in the family, the owner of the house. However, in the Armenian family there are some differences 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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The families of Afghanistan.

Usually, families in Afghanistan are very large and are always headed by the eldest male of the whole family. He obeys all other family members, both men and women. Marriages are made relatively early and only between members of the same tribal group. Before concluding …

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The family of Bangladesh.

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

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The family of Bahrain.

The family for a typical Bahraini is not just the first place, the family is both a hobby, and work, and the best component of life, although it is not worth asking a Bahrainian about how his wife’s health does not understand such a question, will consider you at least tactless and impolite …

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The Brunei family.

In Brunei there is a strict ban on premarital relations, for violation of which severe punishment is provided. All sexual contacts and even allusions to them between Muslims and representatives of other religions are forbidden. Violators of these rules can even be evicted from the country …

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The family 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, fate does not abandon a person, no matter what position in the society he occupies, whether he is a rich and famous person …

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Families of Hong Kong.

It can not be said that a woman occupies a less important social role in Hong Kong than a man. Most of them are educated, occupy various positions of responsibility. According to the traditional views, it is believed that first of all a woman should be good …

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The family of Georgia.

Some time ago, in all Georgian families, the decision to marry and even to choose a couple was always accepted only by the parents. Now this is not so actual and parents do not interfere with the choice of their children, but this does not mean that the wedding can take place without the consent of the parents …

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The families of Israel.

The life of the Israeli family is based on respect, which it must also convey to its children. Parents should be ideal for their children, their responsibility is to convey all family and national traditions to their children. In addition, children need to instill the right traits …

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The family of India.

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

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Families of Yemen.

All the life a woman in Yemen hides herself not only from other people’s eyes, but also from her own husband. Even in moments of intimacy, a woman can not afford to show her body, because seducing her husband is also a big 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 unconsciously. A popular Indonesian saying says: “a lot of children means you will have enough income.” It means that when children become adults and earn their living themselves, they will immediately start helping their parents …

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Families of Jordan.

Many families in Jordan, especially those who do not live in cities, are traditionally Islamic, living quarters are usually divided into two halves, male and female. At the same time, women who come from other countries are treated in the same way as distinguished guests, without trying to apply …

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The families of Iraq.

A woman in Iraq must honor her husband, always obey and obey him. In this sense, all women receive the same upbringing, and in them, from the very childhood, the notion of a man as a ruler, which needs to be loved, respected and appeased, is laid …

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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 by the rules. Refusal to return the dowry will be regarded as dishonest behavior of one or another spouse. However, divorces in Iranian families are quite rare and many spouses …

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Families of Cambodia.

The concept of the family in Cambodia includes everything, even the most distant relatives. Cambodians know the taste of losing dear and beloved people, so family values ​​are indestructible here …

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Families of Qatar.

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

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Families of Cyprus.

There is an unusual love of Cypriots towards children. They look at the kids with extraordinary tenderness. To see a crying child in Cyprus is almost impossible, but joyous children’s laughter is heard everywhere. Such a careful attitude to children is not in vain …

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The families of Kyrgyzstan.

A woman in Kyrgyzstan is prohibited from doing hard housework and housework, she is protected from all sorts of troubles that can agitate her. She can not leave the house without the amulets, which must protect the woman from the evil eye and unkind people. In addition, in the house …


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The family of China.

The Chinese family is different in that it has a pronounced contrast between modern life and ancient family traditions. Despite the actions of modern culture, China has not abandoned traditions that are not stored in hundreds, but in thousands of years, and which can not simply be forgotten …

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Families of Kuwait.

As in all Arab countries, family and family values ​​traditionally have priority in Kuwait, as well as respect for the older generation and love for children. A child in Kuwait from the earliest childhood is accustomed to the fact that the elder need not only to respect, but also to provide them …

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The families of North Korea.

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

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The families of South Korea.

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

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The family of Laos.

There is a legend in which it is said that true love only appears in the couple who were in love “in a past life.” In Laos it is believed that all marriages are in heaven, and everything that happens in life is prepared from above and the destinies of all people in advance …

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The families of Lebanon.

Women in Lebanon have enough rights and freedoms, they can spend a great time over a cup of coffee with their neighbors and friends after they send their men to work in the morning. Lebanese women manage to do a huge number of things during the whole day …

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The Macau family.

In Macau, even much more than in Hong Kong, you can see a clash of eastern and western cultures. Over the years, while here the rule of the Portuguese State, all Chinese traditions in this region to some extent weakened, but still not completely erased. Everywhere you can contemplate standing …

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Families of Malaysia.

Mixed marriages were ubiquitous both before and now, what kind of nationality children are not easy to understand, but all this mixing has resulted in a friendly and kind, albeit slightly lazy country, people in which do not just love life, they love enjoy it …

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Families of the Maldives.

At the time of marriage 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 sufficient, but in any case the bride must …

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Families of Mongolia.

In Mongolian families, it is customary for visitors to exhibit all their supplies, despite the fact that the owners themselves always manage small, and if guests also come with gifts, they get an even higher status of welcome guests. Favorite gifts for Mongols can be matches …

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Families of Nepal.

A girl who marries can no longer belong to her parents’ house, she entirely belongs to her husband and his family. However, until the child appears in the family, the girl practically has no weight in her husband’s family. Only after the birth of a son …

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Families of the UAE.

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

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The family of Palestine.

Hundreds of families in Palestine simply have 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 by the Israeli military at checkpoints. In this situation, the most vulnerable are women …

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The family of Pakistan.

Pakistanis are a religious people. Everywhere you can contemplate the praying people, some drivers of minibuses and buses stop right on their route, get out of the transport and along with all the passengers make prayer (prayer). Pakistanis are able to meet and receive a guest …

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Families of Syria.

The weddings of a girl in Syria can wait for a long time, until they can find a worthy person who will become for them a real support 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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The families of Tajikistan.

A special role is assigned to a woman in a Tajik family. On the one hand, the mother is the mistress in the house and the wife of the head of the family, but on the other, she resignedly executes any will of her husband and his parents. Despite such an attitude unacceptable for European women, it can not be called discrimination. …

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Families of Thailand.

In Thailand, quarrels and disagreements in the family are made to settle as soon as possible, peace and peace in the family above all else, the strength of family relations is valued most, and families here are taken large …

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Families of Turkmenistan.

Today’s marriages in Turkmenistan are already more thoughtful, because before they get married, a man and women some time try to create for themselves a prosperous material base that will create a full-fledged family and quickly put it on its feet …

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The family of Turkey.

Family relations in Turkey are very complex and the woman here is constrained by strict Muslim laws and traditions that say that one must submit to her husband. The main task of the woman in the family is to not interfere with her husband and not to talk again …

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Families of Uzbekistan.

As young people in Uzbekistan reach the age when they can marry, parents start thinking about finding the right couple for their children. Young people are now free from prejudice and therefore parents give them an opportunity to do it themselves …

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Families of Sri Lanka.

Marriages in Sri Lanka are very strong, but occasionally divorce also occurs. The bride in the groom’s house brings a dowry, and this depends on the condition of his own family. Women here are little more than men, marriages occur either for love (which happens very rarely), or for …

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The family of the Philippines.

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

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The family of Japan.

In the life of a Japanese, the family is sacred. The patriarchal way of life is present in the Japanese family institute today. Traditional views suggest a marriage of convenience, regardless of the true feelings …

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