This summer marks 10 years since Jun and I held our wedding ceremony in China. I wasn’t blogging at that time and never had the opportunity to share those photos here. So, in celebration of this 10-year anniversary, I’m sharing 10 of my favorites with you in one post. Enjoy!
The group blog WWAM BAM just published my post titled We Really Need To Talk About Repatriation. For those of you who don’t know, repatriation is when you return to your country of citizenship after living abroad. Here’s an excerpt from the post: …I’ve witnessed a number of bloggers over the years who struggle to write […]
“All this time had passed, yet I cannot say these words in my heart. I know that you might think I have no feelings for you, but it’s not true.”
No, he didn’t pull the bones out first and then eat the fish. He sorted the meat from the bones with his mouth, something that amazes me to no end.
Whether you’re chilling out on the beach or cooling down indoors, here’s my list of recommended summer reads I’ve featured here on the blog
When you happen to be an American woman married to a Chinese man, people make certain assumptions – and sometimes get it wrong.
Armed with “The Dim Sum Field Guide” by Carolyn Phillips, you can confidently dine in any dim sum restaurant and know exactly what you’re eating.
There’s one condiment you’re sure to find on my dinner table: Lee Kum Kee’s Chinese-style hot sauce. But it’s not for me.
“All Under Heaven” by Carolyn Phillips covers all 35 of China’s cuisines. It’s so comprehensive you might never need another Chinese cookbook again.
It would be tempting to point to this gender imbalance as the primary explanation for why couples of Western women and Asian men are such a minority.