A: second marriage divide… there is a problem of age. There is two kind, one is after an old person lost his or her mate so they remarry. Another is young people after divorce. That is two situations. For an elder who lost the other half to remarry, this I don’t know too much about. But from what I heard around, in the past we have the traditional idea of “follow only one person to the end”. Older people, especially older ladies, after they lose their husband they don’t remarry. But now. As society advances, older people, especially women started to remarry more and more.
B: how does society look at this?
A: people start to be more tolerant to this. People can underatnd that after old people lost their mate, they want to pursue family happiness. So for the problem of remarry, people can gradually accept it. But, in reality, there can still be problems, such as the problem of inheritance, some children refuse to have their older parents remarry, because they think it will cause problem with inheritance, so they are against remarrying. This problem still exists.
B; problems because of inheritance. What about young people? What does the society think about that?
A: For young people remarrying, I think society most people think it is acceptable. There is nothing that is unacceptable remaining.