This is why I have chosen to disconnect myself from the community as much as possible, and keep my nose to the proverbial work-related grindstone. When I'm dressed in regular street clothes as I typically am, not so much. From afar he looks well-respected with a baby face, but the reality is he is simply scum. He seems like a loser so don't ever waste time thinking about him. This mine is incredibly important to the locals, and will mean the difference to the vast majority from scraping by to having a comfortable existence.
And I've certainly never seen or picked up on any abusive behavior with them.
Women in Mongolia
Engagement Gifts When a young Mongolian man wishes to marry a young woman, he asks a matchmaker to send her sugar, tea leaves and pastern to her wrapped in a white handkerchief, symbolizing harmony, wetness, and prosperity. Member since 10 April While the women in my circle of family and friends here tend to play a larger domestic role than the men as compared to the West, I get the impression it's more of a partnership dynamic than one of dominance-subservience plus I've never seen the men refuse or balk at cooking lunch, changing a diaper, taking care of the kids, etc. Similar discussions about life in Mongolia Ask your question. So maybe you should try getting him to open up and ask if you can say hi to his parents the next time he calls them.