+-*People are worried that The Walking Dead’s Glenn (played by Steven Yeun) will be killed off in tonight’s season finale. Here’s why he must NOT die.
+-*”My mother was a refugee from the Vietnam War…. Although my mother raised me to be the best American girl I could be, deep down I was still Vietnamese.”
+-*Why “pillow talk” is not one of the secret language learning hacks — and how teaching your spouse your language could wreak havoc in your marriage.
+-*For the past year, Yuan Fu, a native of Shandong Province, has volunteered his time to help translate a variety of posts on Speaking of China into Chinese.
+-*It’s March (the month we celebrate International Women’s Day), and time to update to my list of blogs by Western women who love Chinese men!
+-*”If someone had to tell me twenty years ago that I would be living in Taiwan and married to a Taiwanese man, I would have laughed in their face…”
Why Spending Chinese New Year With Family Can Be Exhausting (Or How I Ended Up In The Emergency Room)
+-*You know your Chinese New Year holidays have hit a low point when you end up doubled over in the emergency room with an IV drip, praying you won’t vomit.
+-*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!