In the traditional Chinese family's sons never left his father's house. Even having got their own families, they may not be wise to separate, as it was practiced and practiced in other countries, to become independent, free from the bonds of parental authority. No gray hair or wrinkles that covered their faces, nor gained life experience - nothing gave them the right to get out from under his father's roof and start life on their own discretion. The relationship between the family members were clearly defined in accordance with the canons of Confucianism. Even it had developed the principle of respect for the "five constancies' father - an unquestioned authority, taking care of each family member; mother - a sample of fidelity and mercy to the children and grandchildren; elder brother - his father's successor affairs, traditions kind; younger brothers and sisters - samples of honoring parents and older family members; the whole family - a sample of the veneration of the cult of ancestors. Incidentally, the Chinese do not have the words "brother" and "sister" but there is a word gege - elder brother, Didi - younger brother datsze - elder sister, Xiaojie - younger sister.