Chilean ladies are almost perfect; they are intelligent, kind, modern and yet traditional. Spanish is the language spoken by the majority of Chileans, although German is spoken in some regions of the country as a second language. As wives Chilean women will definitely provide for the family with care, support, and affection.
After living here for a while, we both found these common every day occurrences for us fascinating, realizing that the “odd” things have now become “normal.” After commenting that she wanted to send this information on to her family, I realized that was not a bad idea…and not a bad blog post.
And so…I post an adapted version of the short section about Chilean culture here on my blog.
It is certainly not all-inclusive, but I hope that it gives you a better idea of things I have experienced within the last (almost! Greetings (): When saying hello or goodbye to someone, males and females have distinct roles. Also, it is very common for good friends, regardless of gender (even between two males or two females) to hold hands or link arms when walking together.
The wonderful women from Chile are waiting for you if only you give them a chance. Education is encouraged for women in Chile and so is participation in the workforce were women are increasingly seen as equals.
A sincere devotion to loved ones is a common quality for most South American brides but Chilean women are especially notable for this.
A pleasing personality is something that Chilean women can take pride in, but there is also their singular beauty.
The appearance of a Chilean woman varies and comes in many colors and shapes, but most are well built, with tanned or light skin and hair from blonde to black in color.
This blog is a means to keep in touch with family and friends, whom I miss so very much, while I am working as a 2006-2008 Associate in South America.
The other day, when speaking to one of my American friends here in Chile, my friend rightly expressed our shared frustration to fully explain to our family and friends what exactly is “Chile” and what Chilean culture or values are.
Past May, I attempted (with the help of a few Chile culture books) a “Welcome to Chile” packet full of small tips and notes about Chilean culture to assist the visiting U. students with their daily life and struggles in the Chilean culture.
Remembering our conversation, I showed this document to my friend yesterday.