Chinese for Love Audio Series 


View the Chinese for Love Course Outline here.


RUI:

Nǐ Hǎo! We’ll gonna talk a little bit about what you’ve learned in the Chinese Love Series. Basically this series is made for those of you who are interested from at the very start when you thinking about love in China or if you’re looking for a girl in China and to ask her out, going on a date, going on a trip together, the proposal, meeting the parents, and the sort of the culture expectations that gonna happen after that.


EVA:

Yeah, exactly. We’ll gonna take more practical approach to what goes on there so every lesson has a bit of introduction, maybe a bit of background of what does that mean. For example, we have a double valentine, my friend and Wan is focusing on the Western kind date while the other one is focusing on the celebration with Chinese Valentines and the story behind it. So, you gonna learn some phrases, some words, some slang, some conversational Chinese as well as getting a sort of notification of what’s that mean. So something about how Chinese girl behave, their values, their traditions and things like that. Very practical stuff


RUI:

Exactly. Regardless of which situation you’re in, whether you’re at the start and you wanna ask a Chinese girl out and you don’t know anything about culture, how to approach the situation, how they might think, how they might react to our modules in this video, right? If you got a Chinese girlfriend then there are some sorts of culture clashes there so this gonna help you understand her perspective and where she’s coming from. If you gonna meet her parents, that’s a big thing in China.


EVA:

Exactly, for meeting the parents always have a very important role in the girl’s life so we will also tell you a little bit more about that. And not to spoil anything but we also have a lesson on proposal and who knows we might help some of you to pop that question.


RUI:

So the lucky girl who gets that question, you can make her even luckier by doing it the right way.



EVA:

Exactly.


RUI:

You can propose to her in Chinese and have a few phrases especially for that special day.


EVA:

That’s gonna so romantic and she’s really gonna appreciate that.


RUI:

And then after you’re married, you have kids, we’re gonna go through some of her expectations, what she’s thinking and what sort of thing that gonna goes in a relationship.


EVA:

Right and also the deeds and values that you and her might share from education. I am sure that you will find out sooner or later that parents are always be there and will have a big influence on the girl’s thinking and instead we teach with the way dealing with them in the right way so showing them respect.


RUI:

We will also talk about how Chinese people think about children, the importance of education which is very highly valued in Chinese culture and how Chinese people select schools and these kind of stuff as well. We’ll get a little bit of that, not so much of that part but we’ll cover that as well.


EVA:

Right.


RUI:

Okay. So if you got any questions, you can send us an email. We’ll look forward to seeing you in class. ZàiJiàn!


EVA:

ZàiJiàn!


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