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what do you think about" Miai'' in the 21st century ?


Miai (見合い?, lit. "looking at one another") or omiai (お見合い?) is a Japanese custom in which unattached individuals are introduced to each other to consider the possibility of marriage. In China, this custom is called xiangqin (相親, literally "mutual familiarity").
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I think it is good for Lao Nok, who cares too much on money, work all days and finally could not have any girlfriends. In the end, they have to go back Laos, and ask someone to be their wife, eventhough they have no love on each other.



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Anonymous wrote:

I think it is good for Lao Nok, who cares too much on money, work all days and finally could not have any girlfriends. In the end, they have to go back Laos, and ask someone to be their wife, eventhough they have no love on each other.



why alwayu find the way to divise lao nai lao nok.

 



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LOL! It's so stupid for those Laonai making this group about LaoNai and Laonok is plain stupid, But at they end they are Laotian still.

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Anonymous wrote:

what do you think about" Miai'' in the 21st century ?


Miai (見合い?, lit. "looking at one another") or omiai (お見合い?) is a Japanese custom in which unattached individuals are introduced to each other to consider the possibility of marriage. In China, this custom is called xiangqin (相親, literally "mutual familiarity").
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The truth is despite now is the 21st century, arranged marriage is still being practiced not only in China but among muslims and rich families as well. one of the reasons is to keep the family weath in a small circle, to promote peace between clans/tribes (muslims), or to gain power.

 



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Anonymous wrote:

I think it is good for Lao Nok, who cares too much on money, work all days and finally could not have any girlfriends. In the end, they have to go back Laos, and ask someone to be their wife, eventhough they have no love on each other.



          so that's wat u think? not a pretti nice thing to say..

 



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Anonymous wrote:

I think it is good for Lao Nok, who cares too much on money, work all days and finally could not have any girlfriends. In the end, they have to go back Laos, and ask someone to be their wife, eventhough they have no love on each other.



sound like you ome khee ma vao

 



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onthafloor wrote:

 

Anonymous wrote:

I think it is good for Lao Nok, who cares too much on money, work all days and finally could not have any girlfriends. In the end, they have to go back Laos, and ask someone to be their wife, eventhough they have no love on each other.



so that's wat u think? not a pretti nice thing to say..

 

 



onthafloor is BUC BLM

 



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