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#5043 - 08/06/00 05:26 AM Do you believe true love?
Loc: Tianjin, China
Nowadays, I have found that more and more people have selected not to get married. I wonder why. What do you think about family and love? I think most people here come from all over the world and are intellectuals and maybe have some unique viewpoints.
I have heard and seen from movies that the western people are very open-minded and care little about family and love. Since they always get divorced after finding a new lover. Is that true?
#5044 - 08/06/00 03:55 PM Re: Do you believe true love?
believe the movies at your own peril.
do you believe the movies in your own country literally too?
#5045 - 08/11/00 01:14 AM Re: Do you believe true love?
>people are very open-minded and care little about family and love.
"open-minded" is not the word to be used in this place. To my knowledge, "open-minded" is only used in a positive sense, open for new ideas. And leaving one's partner is not exactly a new idea. You probably mean "unprincipled".
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