White Canadian Leslie writes about the benefits and challenges of raising four multicultural children in Vancouver with her Korean husband.
I’m psyched that Madh Mama invited me to do a Q&A about my own intercultural relationship for her lovely blog!
I’ll be in Beijing on Sunday March 29 at 2pm to discuss “How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit” as part of the Bookworm Literary Festival. Hope to see you!
Susan Chan recalls how her biracial and bicultural daughter once encountered a boy who told her, “you can’t be three things.”
A sneak peek into my Chinese New Year with the family through a series of photos.
An interview with Sonali Dev on “A Bollywood Affair,” an adorable romance novel steeped in Indian culture with lots of Bollywood-style drama.
Chinese New Year is one of those times when it seems like everyone in the family makes it their business to criticize your life. And it’s not always easy.
White Canadian Alexandra thought all of the ignorant comments about her marriage to a South Indian man would end once they had a child. But they didn’t.
Here are four reasons why Hangzhou, China could be the perfect place to spend your Valentine’s Day – or, for that matter, any romantic holiday or getaway.
“My mother is Korean and my father is…mostly white. I suppose that would make me Korean-American. Or Amerasian. Or a hapa. Why so many labels?”