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Even though Muslim women are forbidden to marry non-Muslims in Islamic law, from 1880-1949 it was frequently violated in Xinjiang since Chinese men married Muslim Turki (Uyghur) women, a reason suggested by foreigners that it was due to the women being poor, while the Turki women who married Chinese were labelled as whores by the Turki community, these marriages were illegitimate according to Islamic law but the women obtained benefits from marrying Chinese men since the Chinese defended them from Islamic authorities so the women were not subjected to the tax on prostitution and were able to save their income for themselves.Chinese men gave their Turki wives privileges which Turki men's wives did not have, since the wives of Chinese did not have to wear a veil and a Chinese man in Kashgar once beat a mullah who tried to force his Turki Kashgari wife to veil.
Therefore, the benefits and demerits of any marriage are important to the entire family, not just the individual couples.It is said that in order to hide her shyness, Nüwa covered her blushing face with a fan.Nowadays in some villages in China, the brides still follow the custom and use a fan to shield their faces.During the Han Dynasty, the rulers of the powerful Xiongnu tribe demanded women from the imperial family.Many periods of Chinese history were dominated by the families of the wife or mother of the ruling emperor.Marriages during this time included a number of mandatory steps, of which the most important of them was the presentation of betrothal gifts from the groom and his family to the bride and her family. Sometimes the bride's family would buy goods with the betrothal money.
Using a betrothal gift for family financial needs rather than saving it for the bride was viewed as dishonorable because it appeared as though the bride has been sold.
Because they were viewed as "impure", Islamic cemeteries banned the Turki wives of Chinese men from being buried within them, the Turki women got around this problem by giving shrines donations and buying a grave in other towns.
Besides Chinese men, other men such as Hindus, Armenians, Jews, Russians, and Badakhshanis intermarried with local Turki women.
Endogamy among different classes in China were practiced, the upper class like the Shi class married among themselves, while commoners married among themselves also, avoiding marriage with slaves and other ordinary people. In a maternal marriage, a male would become a son-in-law who lived in the wife’s home.
This happened in the transformation of antithetic marriage into monogamy, which signified the decline of matriarchy and the growing dominance of patriarchy in ancient China.
The story about the marriage of Nüuuwa and Fu Xi, who were once sister and brother respectively, told about how they invented proper marriage procedures after becoming married.