Here are few helpful Tips that you can use in to improve your chances of success in finding and obtaining the perfect lifelong partner from our service. We at Vietnam Ladies through our own experiences in dealing with the women in Vietnam believe that there are definite guide lines which can help you to not make the same mistakes as others have in the past. In addition, benefit from others who do have very successful and happy relationships with these exceptional women. We Do Not guarantee that you will win the heart of any woman based on the advice we give you, but we are confident the advice will put you a mile ahead of the game. Remember, we are an introduction service so the all the tips we give are aimed only towards the first few steps of introducing yourself and how to respond to the women in the beginnings of your correspondence with her.
Before you read further we want to say that any of the advice or realities written in this section SHOULD NOT DISCOURAGE YOU in the least. These women are using our service because they ARE available and want to find a true life long partner.
If you are really interested in a certain lady do not send your first letter without a photograph of yourself. Remember the women from our service are very attractive and appealing so you can bet that one lady is probably exchanging letters with a few different men already. So you want to improve your chances by letting her see you in a photograph. A picture speaks a thousand words. Most of the women have some English skills but if she receives a letter from you and she cant see your face she most likely wont take the time to read your letter. Put yourself in her shoes, Which men would you reply to?
We hope this information will be helpful to you. If you have any questions we will be glad to answer them as best we can. But truly the best advice we can give is BE YOURSELF. That might be exactly what she is looking for!
of the great myths about the women in Vietnam is that they are submissive by
nature. Qualities such as devotion and loyalty are often misinterpreted for
submissiveness. Vietnamese women have a long history of being faithful, loyal
and devoted to family, country, and culture.
you ask a Vietnamese man to describe the women of their country submissiveness
would not be one the characteristics used in their portrayal of the women in
women are extremely hard working and resourceful. As history has proved in the
difficult times of the country when the women fought along side the men, but
they are very gentle and very feminine by nature and are equally as comfortable
in a domestic situation as in a social environment.
reason that many men have found Vietnamese women so appealing is the fact that
they are very intelligent and capable in most situations and are exceptionally
good with organizing the household budget as well as a natural shrewdness in
business dealings. Their loyalty to family and spouse makes them also very
trustworthy with the right mate.
comparison to the rest of Asia, Vietnam is one of the only counties that has
truly kept its traditions and culture alive. This can be contributed to the
women of Vietnam for they are ones to sustain and nurture the age old
traditional beliefs of their elders and ancestors. One of the finest examples is
the traditional Vietnamese dress The Ao Dai ( Pronounced Ou Yai )
beautiful, sleek and extremely feminine. The Ao Dai represents the purity and
virility of the women in Vietnam.
women make the ideal lifelong companions for any man in search of family values
and a strong long lasting relationship. The key to a successful marriage or
friendship with a Vietnamese woman is to remember that Vietnamese women are in
search of the man that can truly understand and value her as a person and a
woman. They are definitely not simple by nature, but are easily pleased when
felt appreciated and loved.
in a name? Vietnamese names are both interesting and complex. Most Vietnamese
names are derived from China names thousands of years ago. The majority of names
have a specific meaning or concept, which relates to many things such as,
beauty, strength or natural phenomenon. Here a few examples: Hoa, which is
pronounced hwa, means flower, Ngoc, which is pronounced nop, means precious
stone, Tuyet, which is pronounced Twit means snow and Trung, which is pronounced
trume, means loyal.
order of Vietnamese names are opposite to that of western names. The family name
(last name) is always on the left. The first name (Given name) is always on the
right. Vietnamese names have anywhere from 3 to 5 parts. First name, middle
name, last name and a classifier. The family name comes from the father. The
middle name can come from the mothers maiden name or it can be a chosen name
by the parents. The first name is a chosen name just as any first name in the
west. Example; Nguyen Thi Hong Minh, Nguyen
is the family name, Thi is the
classifier, Hong is the middle name,
and Minh is the first name.
you browse through some of the photos on this site and read the bios you will
see that many of the Ladies have the word Thi
in their name. Thi is a classifier
that lets you know this name belongs to a woman. Most Vietnamese names have no
gender, which is to say that they can be used for both men and women. Thi
is a classifier used for a woman and Van
is a classifier used for a man.
how to write, pronounce and having an idea of what the ladies names means will
always make them feel appreciated and she will know you are truly interested in
her. Imagine her receiving your first letter and the first thing she notices is
that you have written her name incorrectly. A good first impression is one of
the keys to success with Vietnamese women, and a small thing such as a name can
make all the difference. Remember you never get a second chance at a first
We hope that the above has given you an insight into meeting Vietnam Ladies.
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