a vivid account of the Asian Americans as follows; in the US, 60.2% of the Asian Americans are married and this figure is higher than the national total of 54.4%. Some specific groups of Asian Americans in US have a greater marriage rate. For instance, Asian Indians possess a marriage rate of 67.4% whereas the marriage rate of Pakistanis is 67%. At the same time, nearly 4.2% of the Asian Americans in the country are divorced; and this rate is much less than the national total of 9.7%. The divorce rate among Asian Indians in the US is 2.4% whereas it is only 2.1% in the case of Pakistanis in the country. In addition, there are only a fewer Asian American female householders in the United States without a spouse and the rate of which notably varies among different cultural groups. Data indicate that the rate of Asian Indian female households in the US without a spouse is only 3.8% whereas it is relatively higher (13.6%) in the case of Filipino householders (Pobronson.com).
Asian Americans give increased focus on traditional family values and children, and encourage gender specific roles. For Asian Americans, the framework of marriage reflects something beyond the relationship between spouses. As per reports (Asian Nation), by the end of the 20th century, there was a surge in Asian American interracial marriage. Among Asian American women, it is observed that responsibility and obligations rather than love influence their decision to marry. This situation has persuaded many Chinese American and Japanese American women to remain single. Surveys show that some groups of Asian American women do not like to date with Asian American men as the men force them to adopt conventional and submissive gender roles. Hence, they look for men who are ready to share child-rearing and other household responsibilities. It indicates a change in marriage attitude among Asian Americans particularly among women towards Western culture (Asian Nation). At the same time, some recent surveys