This isn’t a trick question. On the surface it may sound like a sensible thing, but as someone who is married to a Filipina, to a woman I married in less than eight weeks, who makes videos to help make marriage great again, I really don’t like that sentiment. I picked this comment out from a feminist writer in China, from an article that has several things that stood out to me, and I wanted to comment on a few of those. I will link the article at the top of the description box.
Will this upload end up in the Controversial Collection Playlist on YouTube? You can decide. I will touch on the “cooling off period” law and why a Chinese legal expert thinks it is a good idea.
Please subscribe to Casting Beyond The Sea where I do my best to describe what love is and show you, in my own life. I think we need more of that in this ever-confused world we live in. I don’t want you to be confused. China has a newly introduced law that is essentially a 30-day cooling off period when it comes to divorce and I want to share that with you today.
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Intro & Outro
Night In Venice by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5763-night-in-venice
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