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Has anybody had any experience with attending Pre-marriage workshop for dual culture marriage in Phnom Penh?

When I was in the service, they had some great programs for mixed culture couples.

Wondering if they have similar program available here.
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If it exists, that would make a superb reality TV series.
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If you play Farcebook, then I suggest you join the "Married2Cambodia" group.

The best way to learn is through spending time together, alone, and with your respective friends and families, in one another's countries....a pre- mixed culture marriage workshop sounds like a joke, mind you, I have spent my fair share of time on American Military bases whilst deployed, so that doesn't surprise me.
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I believe it’s held from the barstool at a number of bars on the riverside?
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Fridaywithmateo wrote: Thu Dec 07, 2023 4:30 pm Has anybody had any experience with attending Pre-marriage workshop for dual culture marriage in Phnom Penh?

When I was in the service, they had some great programs for mixed culture couples.

Wondering if they have similar program available here.
When you find it can you enrol NKOTB please?
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Earl of Mercia wrote:
Fridaywithmateo wrote: Thu Dec 07, 2023 4:30 pm Has anybody had any experience with attending Pre-marriage workshop for dual culture marriage in Phnom Penh?

When I was in the service, they had some great programs for mixed culture couples.

Wondering if they have similar program available here.
When you find it can you enrol NKOTB please?
Married2Cambodia Facebook group is only for those living in Cambodia. Averaging about 2 posts a week or a month.

Too late for me to join, I suppose.

Is Cambodian, Chinese (Taiwanese) and American culture dual or more than 2 cultures?

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This is my second dual culture marriage ... anyway you slice it, it's no cakewalk ... just trying to to do some preventive medicine here ... and I never use FB ... criminals in my book.

Oh ... and Happy Friday to all.
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The solution IMO is not to get married. Live one's life in sin, and enjoy all the whiskey you can drink.
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