Nestled in the southwest, the landlocked province of Guizhou surprisingly possesses the largest waterfall in China. Caves with stalactites and stalagmites of different shapes are found everywhere. You will never miss abundant myths about how ancestors of various local ethnic minority groups survive the precipitous mountains.

Compared to other provinces in China, Guizhou lacks in terms of economic and educational development. Many girls in the fields may be forced to drop out of school and thus start working at a young age so as to support their families. Due to their struggle for survival, they develop a moral compass, which prevents them from turning into stubborn, gold digging women. Instead of fostering hatred for life, these hard working girls only become stronger and more optimistic with time. That may be why they always greet others with a sweet smile.

Since local girls may hail from different ethnic groups, you may need to familiarize yourself with the traditions and cultures of that particular ethnic group. For example, one local ethnic group requires that a groom must be able to have a clear mind after eighteen rounds of forced liquor drinking. If he fails to do so, he risks losing the chance of marrying his bride. Another thing to keep in mind is that Guizhou girls do not usually speak fluent English or any other foreign language. Even if they do, they will almost always speak with a strong accent.