In today’s times, intercultural marriages — marriages between people of different faiths, races, ethnicities and geographic regions — have become commonplace. Being raised in different cultures, couples need to negotiate different communication patterns, agree on what they want for their mixed-race children, and learn to accept new traditions. However, just like any marriage, the thing that bridges the divide they face, is having the same values and shared vision of life.  So is that all it takes or is there much more to consider?