Family, perhaps, is the biggest value to Chinese men and most of them will date with the sole intention to marry. They are responsible, modest, and more subtle than Western men. The traditional Chinese family values feature different roles for men and women. While these are changing as China modernizes, the original values are still evident. The man is responsible for maintaining, providing for and protecting his family, while the woman usually is expected to take care of the home and children, even if she works. For Chinese men it’s very important to be able to provide for their partner and they usually will pay for everything even while just dating. If you are thinking about relocating to China, be aware of a strict family planning policy known as the "one-child policy”.
China is located in eastern Asia. It is the world's most populous country and the second largest by land area. It now has the distinction of being the world's second-largest economy, after the United States. The history of China goes back to an ancient civilization that is one of the world’s earliest. The country has seen the ebb and flow of many dominant religions over the centuries until the advent of Communism. Now on the upswing again, the main religions are Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism, and Protestantism. The main language is Mandarin Chinese with Hong Kong primarily consisting of Cantonese speakers. China's landscape is vast and diverse, ranging from forest steppes, mountains, deserts, and subtropical forests. Climate is mainly dominated by dry seasons and the wet monsoons, which lead to pronounced temperature differences between winter and summer.