China is my husband’s home country and where I live. In theory, the holidays can be a lot of fun here. But in practice, it doesn’t always feel that way.
A Chinese man from Beijing currently studying in America wants to know how to meet Western women there with an interest in China.
There’s something joyful about celebrating Christmas with a total newcomer to the holiday — someone who brings a fresh perspective to silent night.
Svetlana, who once dated a Korean guy studying in America, at first, couldn’t understand his reluctance to celebrate the Korean Lunar New Year in America.
I love my Chinese husband and his hometown. But as I prepare to spend another holiday season in China, I’m dreaming of a white Christmas back in the US.
An anonymous Chinese man writes, “We became an office tryst. Nobody knew what was going on between us. I liked the fact that secrecy added fire to our sex.”
Does your holiday shopping list include book lovers? I’ve featured a lot of books on this blog — including AMWF titles — that could make great gifts.
Even though we’ve moved to China, there are some holidays that will always remain in our lives, such as Thanksgiving. Here are photos from our celebration!
Struggling to explain American Thanksgiving to Chinese family and friends? Here are five suggestions to help “translate” Thanksgiving to folks in China.
What do Chinese men face when they go on blind dates in China? Just ask Bill Tao, who has had 15 blind dates over one and half years with Chinese women.