Chinese dating rules
Chinese couples also sometimes refer to each other as “husband” (老公) and “wife” (老婆) even when they’re not actually married -- another indicator of the serious implications dating has for many Chinese people.
Naked marriages, known as 裸婚 (luǒ hūn) in Chinese, are when a couple gets married despite not owning a car or house.
Over time, the difficult scholar exams were transformed into Modern China’s college entrance exam 高考 (gāo kǎo.) Gao Kao is a standardized exam that determines what university you can enter (and whether you can even enter university).
High school days are the busiest for teenagers because of the rigorous school work and preparation needed for .
In fact, there is even a negative term coined for women who are not married by 27: “剩女 (shèng nǚ)” or "Leftover Women." Again, this negativity has to do with Chinese culture, since marriage is seen as an important part of a person’s stability.
Of course, the dating stereotypes mentioned are not strictly applied to every person within each culture, but are generalizations.
However, right now China is already less conservative than it what it used to be hundreds of years ago.
For example, a Chinese girl will probably care more than an American girl about the guy’s family background and the stability of his living conditions.
This is because in Chinese culture, men are expected to be the foundation of the family, meaning it is important that they have the resources for a family.
Women look for men who have a house and car because it shows that the man is financially stable and ready for marriage.