Box , Ann Arbor, MI Trends toward later and less marriage and childbearing in East Asia have been even more pronounced than in the West. At the same time, many other features of East Asian families have changed very little. We review recent research on trends in a wide range of family behaviors in China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. We also draw upon a range of theoretical frameworks to argue that trends in marriage and fertility reflect tension between rapid social and economic change and limited change in family expectations and obligations.
Nothing is eternal in our lives and love — especially. People, who once have failed in love, are looking for a new one more cautiously. They want to see nearby a beautiful, young, kind but calm and easy-going girls. There is an opinion that Asian brides are the best variant for such kind of men because they combine beauty, complaisance and singular fidelity.
An Asian fetish is an obsession with or objectification of Asian people, culture, or things of Asian origin by those of non-Asian descent, especially when it is related to stereotyping. It applies to the enthusiasms experienced by some non-Asian people for such things as Asian cinema ,  tattoos made up of Chinese characters  or the adoption of Asian children, especially to the exclusion or diminishment of other cultures. Asian fetish is a slang expression derived from sexual fetishism , which in medical terms is a sexual fixation on a nonliving object or nongenital body part.
Interested individuals are requested to submit the documents outlined in the Call for Submissions by 20 September Promoting equality and eliminating discrimination at work are essential to achieving decent work in Asia and the Pacific. Extending labour protection and applying principles of non-discrimination and equality in workplaces therefore plays a vital role. Some groups are at particular risk of labour exploitation, these include: domestic workers ; women ; migrants ; human trafficking victims; ethnic minorities and indigenous peoples ; people living with HIV-AIDS ; and people living with disabilities. More than 60 per cent of workers in Asia and the Pacific are characterized as 'vulnerable', meaning they are own-account workers, unpaid family workers, or in casual, part-time or temporary employment.