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Nepal is named for the Kathmandu Valley, where the nation's founder established a capital in the late eighteenth century.

Nepali culture represents a fusion of Indo-Aryan and Tibeto-Mongolian influences, the result of a long history of migration, conquest, and trade. Nepal is a roughly rectangular country with an area of 147,181 square miles (381,200 square kilometers).

I finally joined the blogosphere after deciding there weren’t really blogs out there for people in an intercultural relationship (specifically) with Nepalis, and that it would be a great way to connect with others in South Asian-western relationships.

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Fast-moving, snow-fed rivers cut through the hills and mountains from north to south, carving deep valleys and steep ridges.

The rugged topography has created numerous ecological niches to which different ethnic groups have adapted.

Chinese online sites have since last year published several reports of Nepali women being trafficked to China through fake marriages with Chinese men, and the scrutiny of Chinese male applicants for marriage certificates have became much stricter in Nepal.

“It is definitely very difficult to tell whether it is a fake marriage or not, the actual process is decided on a case-by-case basis,” explained Krishna Acharya, Chief District Officer of Lalitpur.

We met as undergraduate students in a rural college in upstate New York and have been together ever since.

In July of 2011 we finally “tied the knot.” The past seven years have been a growing experience…

Like the lovebirds in every other place, Nepalese people too had their own way of dating or going on a date.

It’s an entirely different argument whether the lovebirds preferred the traditional way or not but it does not mean the old way did not have its own charm.

Even within Nepal, media reports of fake marriages and the abuse of Nepali women in China and Korea have given local people a negative impression of men from the two countries.

Chinese and Korean men who want to marry Nepali women are all bracketed as people with bad character who cannot find wives back home, or are regarded as traffickers.