As many of you know, a bunch of us started the new group blog WWAM BAM! (Western Women & Asian Men – Breaking All Molds) earlier this year. But what you may not know is this — we’re always looking for people to write for us. What do we write about at WWAM BAM? Here’s […]
It felt like a total a palm-in-face moment. After all, hadn’t he read my CV, which explicitly stated I was an American, in bold letters?
From a small sample group of my friends, I discovered that PUA is widely known among men, but for women, it’s another story.
It was my husband who helped me understand the reality in China – that wedding banquets matter not just to the bride and groom, but to the entire family.
“Expat Jimmy”, the new short story by Travis Lee, offers a vicarious look into the experience of a new foreign teacher arriving in China.
My interview with Jo Bai, the fabulous blogger at Life Behind the Wall, was just published on WWAM BAM! Here’s the introduction to the interview: If you asked me to name some of the most influential and inspiring bloggers I’ve met in China, I’d count Jo Bai among them. She’s the voice behind the popular […]
Susan Blumberg-Kason’s memoir “Good Chinese Wife” was officially published 3 years ago with great success. What’s happened with her book since then?
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.”