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You can help by adding to it. September Learn how and when to remove this template message Marriages in early societies[ edit ] In modern Chinese thinking, people in "primitive" societies did not marry, but had sexual relationships with one another indiscriminately. Part of the Confucian "civilizing mission" was to define what it meant to be a Father or a Husband, and to teach people to respect the proper relationship between family members and regulate sexual behavior[ citation needed ].

At that time the world was unpopulated, so the siblings wanted to get married but, at the same time, they felt ashamed. So they went up to Kunlun Shan and prayed to the heavens. They asked for permission for their marriage and said, "if you allow us to marry, please make the mist surround us.

Nowadays in some villages in China, the brides still follow the custom and use a fan to shield their faces. Historic marriage practices[ edit ] Marriage ceremony, Prosperous Suzhou by Xu Yang , Endogamy among different classes in China were practiced, the upper class like the Shi class married among themselves, while commoners married among themselves also, avoiding marriage with slaves and other ordinary people.

This practice was enforced under the law. This happened in the transformation of antithetic marriage into monogamy, which signified the decline of matriarchy and the growing dominance of patriarchy in ancient China.

Marriage Matters in Xinjiang [ edit ] Even though Muslim women are forbidden to marry non-Muslims in Islamic law, from it was frequently violated in Xinjiang since Chinese men married Muslim Turki Uyghur women, a reason suggested by foreigners that it was due to the women being poor, while the Turki women who married Chinese were labelled as whores by the Turki community, these marriages were illegitimate according to Islamic law but the women obtained benefits from marrying Chinese men since the Chinese defended them from Islamic authorities so the women were not subjected to the tax on prostitution and were able to save their income for themselves.

Chinese men gave their Turki wives privileges which Turki men's wives did not have, since the wives of Chinese did not have to wear a veil and a Chinese man in Kashgar once beat a mullah who tried to force his Turki Kashgari wife to veil. The Turki women also benefited in that they were not subjected to any legal binding to their Chinese husbands so they could make their Chinese husbands provide them with as much their money as she wanted for her relatives and herself since otherwise the women could just leave, and the property of Chinese men was left to their Turki wives after they died.

Because they were viewed as "impure", Islamic cemeteries banned the Turki wives of Chinese men from being buried within them, the Turki women got around this problem by giving shrines donations and buying a grave in other towns. Turki women also conducted temporary marriages with Chinese men such as Chinese soldiers temporarily stationed around them as soldiers for tours of duty, after which the Chinese men returned to their own cities, with the Chinese men selling their mixed daughters with the Turki women to his comrades, taking their sons with them if they could afford it but leaving them if they couldn't, and selling their temporary Turki wife to a comrade or leaving her behind.

The bride's family then countered with a dowry. Sometimes the bride's family would buy goods with the betrothal money. Using a betrothal gift for family financial needs rather than saving it for the bride was viewed as dishonorable because it appeared as though the bride has been sold.

A marriage without a dowry or a betrothal gifts was also seen as dishonorable. The bride was seen as a concubine instead of a wife. Once all the goods were exchanged the bride was taken to the ancestral home of the groom. There she was expected to obey her husband and his living relatives. Women continued to belong to their husband's families even if they had passed. If the widow's birth family wanted her to marry again, they would often have to ransom her back from her deceased husband's family.

If they had any children they stayed with his family. Chinese pre-wedding customs A modern wedding held in a Ming Dynasty format Chinese marriage became a custom between and BC. Unfortunately for some traditional families, the wife's mother cannot go to her son-in-law's family until one year according to the Chinese lunar calendar or Chinese Lunar New Year after the wedding has elapsed.

However, during this one year the daughter can go back at any time. Six etiquettes[ edit ] Proposal: After an unmarried boy's parents found a potential daughter-in-law, they located a matchmaker whose job was to assuage the conflict of interests and general embarrassments when discussing the possibility of marriage on the part of two families largely unknown to each other.

Marriages were chosen based upon the needs of reproduction and honor, as well as the need of the father and husband. If the selected girl and her parents did not object to the proposal, the matchmaker would match the birthdates Chinese: If the result of suan ming was good, they then would go to the next step, submitting bride price.

At this point the bridegroom's family arranged for the matchmaker to present a bride price betrothal gifts , including the betrothal letter, to the bride's family. The groom's family would then send an elaborate array of food, cakes, and religious items to the bride's family.

Before the wedding ceremony, two families would arrange a wedding day according to Chinese tung shing. Selecting an auspicious day to assure a good future for the couple is as important as avoiding what is believed to be an unlucky day. In some cases there may be no auspicious dates and the couple will have to review their potential date range. The final ritual would be the actual wedding ceremony where bride and groom become a married couple, which consists of many elaborate parts see below: Before the meeting party's arrival, the bride would be helped by a respectable old woman to tie up her hair with colorful cotton threads.

She would wear a red skirt because the Chinese believed red symbolised happiness. When the party arrived, the bride must cry with her mother to symbolize her reluctance to leave home. She would then be led or carried by her elder brother to the sedan. From here, the wedding procession from the bride's home to the groom's home consists of a traditional band, the bride's sedan, the maids of honor's sedans if there are maids of honor , and bride's dowry in the forms other than money.

The most common dowries included scissors like two butterflies never separating, rulers indicating acres of fields, and vases for peace and wealth.

The wedding procession of the bride's family stops at the door of the groom's home. In the meeting party the groom would meet a series of difficulties intentionally set in his path. Only after coping with these could he pass to see his wife-to-be.

On the arrival of the sedan at the wedding place, there would be music and firecrackers. The bride would be led along the red carpet in a festive atmosphere. The groom, also in a red gown, would kowtow three times to worship the heaven, parents and spouse. Equivalent to exchanging vows in the west, the couple would pay respect to the Jade Emperor , the patron family deities or patron buddhas and bodhisattvas , paying respect to deceased ancestors, the bride and groom's parents and other elders, and paying respect to each other.

Then, the new couple would go to their bridal chamber and guests would be treated to a feast. There are ceremonies such as the bride presenting wines or tea to parents, spouse, and guests. In modern weddings, the bride generally picks red following Chinese tradition or white more Western for the wedding, but most will wear the red traditional garment for their formal wedding banquet. Traditionally, the groom is not responsible for the cost of the wedding invitation sweet treats often pastries , the banquet invitations, and the wedding itself.

Wedding banquets are elaborate and consist usually of courses, with ingredients such as shark fin , abalone , lobster , squab , sea cucumber , swift nests or fish roe in soup or as decoration on top of a dish to symbolize fertility, and local delicacies.

Traditionally, the father of the bride is responsible for the wedding banquet hosted on the bride's side and the alcohol consumed during both banquets. The wedding banquets are two separate banquets: While the wedding itself is often based on the couple's choices, the wedding banquets are a gesture of thanks and appreciation, to those that have raised the bride and groom such as grandparents and uncles. It is also to ensure the relatives on each side meet the relatives on the other side.

Thus out of respect for the elders, wedding banquets are usually done formally and traditionally, which the older generation is thought to be more comfortable with.

On the night of the wedding day, there was a custom in some places for relatives or friends to banter the newlyweds. Though this seemed a little noisy, both of them dropped shyness and got familiar with each other.

On the third day of the marriage, the new couple would go back to the bride's parents' home. They would be received with also a dinner party including relatives. Modern practices[ edit ] A collective wedding in Chungking in Harrison Forman A couple, with the bride in a traditionally red dress, being photographed at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing Since the late s [ clarification needed ], it has become popular to create an elaborate wedding album , often taken at a photography studio.

In Singapore , these outfits often include wedding outfits belonging to different cultures, including Arab and Japanese wedding outfits. In contrast to Western wedding pictures, the Chinese wedding album will not contain pictures of the actual ceremony and wedding itself. In recent years, Confucian wedding rituals have become popular among Chinese couples.

In such ceremonies, which are a recent innovation with no historic antecedent, the bride and groom bow and pay respects to a large portrait of Confucius hanging in the banquet hall while wedding attendants and the couple themselves are dressed in traditional Chinese robes.

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Oriental chines couple sex video

You can help by adding to it. September Learn how and when to remove this template message Marriages in early societies[ edit ] In modern Chinese thinking, people in "primitive" societies did not marry, but had sexual relationships with one another indiscriminately. Part of the Confucian "civilizing mission" was to define what it meant to be a Father or a Husband, and to teach people to respect the proper relationship between family members and regulate sexual behavior[ citation needed ].

At that time the world was unpopulated, so the siblings wanted to get married but, at the same time, they felt ashamed. So they went up to Kunlun Shan and prayed to the heavens. They asked for permission for their marriage and said, "if you allow us to marry, please make the mist surround us.

Nowadays in some villages in China, the brides still follow the custom and use a fan to shield their faces. Historic marriage practices[ edit ] Marriage ceremony, Prosperous Suzhou by Xu Yang , Endogamy among different classes in China were practiced, the upper class like the Shi class married among themselves, while commoners married among themselves also, avoiding marriage with slaves and other ordinary people.

This practice was enforced under the law. This happened in the transformation of antithetic marriage into monogamy, which signified the decline of matriarchy and the growing dominance of patriarchy in ancient China. Marriage Matters in Xinjiang [ edit ] Even though Muslim women are forbidden to marry non-Muslims in Islamic law, from it was frequently violated in Xinjiang since Chinese men married Muslim Turki Uyghur women, a reason suggested by foreigners that it was due to the women being poor, while the Turki women who married Chinese were labelled as whores by the Turki community, these marriages were illegitimate according to Islamic law but the women obtained benefits from marrying Chinese men since the Chinese defended them from Islamic authorities so the women were not subjected to the tax on prostitution and were able to save their income for themselves.

Chinese men gave their Turki wives privileges which Turki men's wives did not have, since the wives of Chinese did not have to wear a veil and a Chinese man in Kashgar once beat a mullah who tried to force his Turki Kashgari wife to veil. The Turki women also benefited in that they were not subjected to any legal binding to their Chinese husbands so they could make their Chinese husbands provide them with as much their money as she wanted for her relatives and herself since otherwise the women could just leave, and the property of Chinese men was left to their Turki wives after they died.

Because they were viewed as "impure", Islamic cemeteries banned the Turki wives of Chinese men from being buried within them, the Turki women got around this problem by giving shrines donations and buying a grave in other towns. Turki women also conducted temporary marriages with Chinese men such as Chinese soldiers temporarily stationed around them as soldiers for tours of duty, after which the Chinese men returned to their own cities, with the Chinese men selling their mixed daughters with the Turki women to his comrades, taking their sons with them if they could afford it but leaving them if they couldn't, and selling their temporary Turki wife to a comrade or leaving her behind.

The bride's family then countered with a dowry. Sometimes the bride's family would buy goods with the betrothal money. Using a betrothal gift for family financial needs rather than saving it for the bride was viewed as dishonorable because it appeared as though the bride has been sold. A marriage without a dowry or a betrothal gifts was also seen as dishonorable. The bride was seen as a concubine instead of a wife.

Once all the goods were exchanged the bride was taken to the ancestral home of the groom. There she was expected to obey her husband and his living relatives. Women continued to belong to their husband's families even if they had passed. If the widow's birth family wanted her to marry again, they would often have to ransom her back from her deceased husband's family.

If they had any children they stayed with his family. Chinese pre-wedding customs A modern wedding held in a Ming Dynasty format Chinese marriage became a custom between and BC. Unfortunately for some traditional families, the wife's mother cannot go to her son-in-law's family until one year according to the Chinese lunar calendar or Chinese Lunar New Year after the wedding has elapsed. However, during this one year the daughter can go back at any time.

Six etiquettes[ edit ] Proposal: After an unmarried boy's parents found a potential daughter-in-law, they located a matchmaker whose job was to assuage the conflict of interests and general embarrassments when discussing the possibility of marriage on the part of two families largely unknown to each other. Marriages were chosen based upon the needs of reproduction and honor, as well as the need of the father and husband.

If the selected girl and her parents did not object to the proposal, the matchmaker would match the birthdates Chinese: If the result of suan ming was good, they then would go to the next step, submitting bride price. At this point the bridegroom's family arranged for the matchmaker to present a bride price betrothal gifts , including the betrothal letter, to the bride's family.

The groom's family would then send an elaborate array of food, cakes, and religious items to the bride's family. Before the wedding ceremony, two families would arrange a wedding day according to Chinese tung shing. Selecting an auspicious day to assure a good future for the couple is as important as avoiding what is believed to be an unlucky day. In some cases there may be no auspicious dates and the couple will have to review their potential date range.

The final ritual would be the actual wedding ceremony where bride and groom become a married couple, which consists of many elaborate parts see below: Before the meeting party's arrival, the bride would be helped by a respectable old woman to tie up her hair with colorful cotton threads.

She would wear a red skirt because the Chinese believed red symbolised happiness. When the party arrived, the bride must cry with her mother to symbolize her reluctance to leave home. She would then be led or carried by her elder brother to the sedan. From here, the wedding procession from the bride's home to the groom's home consists of a traditional band, the bride's sedan, the maids of honor's sedans if there are maids of honor , and bride's dowry in the forms other than money.

The most common dowries included scissors like two butterflies never separating, rulers indicating acres of fields, and vases for peace and wealth. The wedding procession of the bride's family stops at the door of the groom's home. In the meeting party the groom would meet a series of difficulties intentionally set in his path. Only after coping with these could he pass to see his wife-to-be. On the arrival of the sedan at the wedding place, there would be music and firecrackers.

The bride would be led along the red carpet in a festive atmosphere. The groom, also in a red gown, would kowtow three times to worship the heaven, parents and spouse. Equivalent to exchanging vows in the west, the couple would pay respect to the Jade Emperor , the patron family deities or patron buddhas and bodhisattvas , paying respect to deceased ancestors, the bride and groom's parents and other elders, and paying respect to each other.

Then, the new couple would go to their bridal chamber and guests would be treated to a feast. There are ceremonies such as the bride presenting wines or tea to parents, spouse, and guests. In modern weddings, the bride generally picks red following Chinese tradition or white more Western for the wedding, but most will wear the red traditional garment for their formal wedding banquet.

Traditionally, the groom is not responsible for the cost of the wedding invitation sweet treats often pastries , the banquet invitations, and the wedding itself. Wedding banquets are elaborate and consist usually of courses, with ingredients such as shark fin , abalone , lobster , squab , sea cucumber , swift nests or fish roe in soup or as decoration on top of a dish to symbolize fertility, and local delicacies.

Traditionally, the father of the bride is responsible for the wedding banquet hosted on the bride's side and the alcohol consumed during both banquets.

The wedding banquets are two separate banquets: While the wedding itself is often based on the couple's choices, the wedding banquets are a gesture of thanks and appreciation, to those that have raised the bride and groom such as grandparents and uncles. It is also to ensure the relatives on each side meet the relatives on the other side. Thus out of respect for the elders, wedding banquets are usually done formally and traditionally, which the older generation is thought to be more comfortable with.

On the night of the wedding day, there was a custom in some places for relatives or friends to banter the newlyweds. Though this seemed a little noisy, both of them dropped shyness and got familiar with each other. On the third day of the marriage, the new couple would go back to the bride's parents' home. They would be received with also a dinner party including relatives. Modern practices[ edit ] A collective wedding in Chungking in Harrison Forman A couple, with the bride in a traditionally red dress, being photographed at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing Since the late s [ clarification needed ], it has become popular to create an elaborate wedding album , often taken at a photography studio.

In Singapore , these outfits often include wedding outfits belonging to different cultures, including Arab and Japanese wedding outfits. In contrast to Western wedding pictures, the Chinese wedding album will not contain pictures of the actual ceremony and wedding itself. In recent years, Confucian wedding rituals have become popular among Chinese couples.

In such ceremonies, which are a recent innovation with no historic antecedent, the bride and groom bow and pay respects to a large portrait of Confucius hanging in the banquet hall while wedding attendants and the couple themselves are dressed in traditional Chinese robes.

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