Dating love in vit nam
"It's fun to read them and read them again sometimes," Hien said."I find it easier to express myself (that way) than talking directly.
When they grow up, if neither goes away to find a job elsewhere, chances are they will marry each other.) But it doesn't matter how a relationship here starts; it seems all of them go through something I'd call the "@ phase of love," in which the courtship continues via cell phone texts and Yahoo instant messaging.There's another reason text messaging is preferred; it's cheaper.Each text message costs only around 300 dong (less than 2 cents) or less, while a cell call can cost up to three or four times per minute what a text message does, depending on the distance.But most intimidating to me is the use of the emoticons.People over here have a thing for those cute little digital expressions.
Unlike in the States, where couples tend to move in together, people in Vietnam generally only live together once married.