Get a Wife Coming from Asia – Is She a “Westernized” Female?

Elias Dummer —  December 14, 2019

It has been a few years since I decided to finally get a partner from Asia. My wife of seven years, who was born in Japan, had been so cheerful when we received our first of all Asian baby that she asked to marry myself. I’m uncertain if the lady thought I was taking the risk of me personally getting a wife from Asia because of just how expensive it would be, but I realized she was pretty happy with the choice there were made. Choice to take her up on the proposal, and she and I moved to Asia together, ultimately negotiating down to a tiny town in the midst of Japan. I guess I was in love before I even got married, and she was at love with me long before we were even married.

The only thing I used to be worried about in marrying a wife from Asia was her currently being less “traditional” than I used to be. I’m unsure if your lady was, although she was very pretty and I didn’t really see nearly anything wrong with having a wedding to her. Perhaps there are a few Hard anodized cookware brides who’ve been married just before, but it had not been like my spouse was a stranger in my experience and we previously had a pretty traditional relationship. She seriously didn’t seem like I was taking risk. So when I began looking for a partner from Asia, I decided to search for someone who was close enough to Japanese culture that she would be able to show me her feelings about it and whether or not she’d be interested in getting married to me.

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As 1/4th of the Juno and Covenant Award winning band The City Harmonic Elias has traveled the world to worship alongside churches and Christians of all kinds. He is passionate about faith, ideas, music, culture and the Church, writing and songwriting, worship leading, and all of the ways they collide. Though originally from Hamilton (Ontario, Canada) Elias now lives in Nashville, TN with his wife Meaghan, four kids and a cat who is presently missing (having not come back the very next day).