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She will completely shut down and not talk to you or even acknowledge your existence. Understand that in the East saving face is a big deal.
People do not want to disrupt the harmony of the household by throwing a fit.
British traveler Jon Howe recalls his experience dating a fellow long-term adventurer, Filipino Kach Medina.
What was supposed to be a two-week visit for them has since turned into almost two years together Back in 2005 and for about 10 years before, I was living in the UK, studying architecture and working 9-to-5s in different architectural practices.
Food in the Philippines is incredible, it’s as simple as that.
One thing that shocked me, however, was the choice of breakfast food.
Being from the United Kingdom, you inevitably become accustomed to Western ways and of course in turn, Western women. In the UK, if a person, known or unknown, were to arrive at your door, for what we’ll assume is some good and honest reason, then you would at first be a little suspicious. Even before you can manage a single, socially awkward , ‘Err, hello, so nice to meet you,’ you’ll already have met Mum, Dad, the grandparents and anyone else who happens to be in easy reach.
Having left Britain some time ago and having now been with Kach for over a year, I thought I’d reflect on some of the things I’ve learned being in a relationship with a Filipina and how I may have changed in the process. ‘They must want something from me,’ you would think, or even more sadly, ‘What? Not only that, but quite literally out of nowhere, there will appear enough food to feed a small village for a week.
Of course, I think she’s probably just trying to scare me, but would you take that risk with the woman who watches you sleep?!No, seriously it’s awesome, Filipina grandmas have magic food powers!– Lots of meat, marinated in vinegar, soy sauce and garlic…with rice! ), with sugar and salt, then fried till crispy…with rice!I had great employers and colleagues and although I enjoyed my work, I couldn’t help but feel there was something missing.There had to be more to life than walking into the same building every day, seeing the same people and doing pretty much the same things over and over again.
After two months, Kach came to visit me in Hanoi for two weeks, where I had set myself up as an English teacher.