What happens when your husband receives a job offer in China and you decide to follow him? You’ll probably become a taitai.
The group blog WWAM Bam just published my blog post titled 25 Stunning Photos of Western Women & Asian Men Who Got Married. Here’s an excerpt from that: When it comes to interracial couplings, Western women and Asian men are a much rarer sight. But our numbers are on the rise. And if these photos are any […]
Sometimes the family you discover in China isn’t the family you married into. It’s the family you create through meaningful connections.
The first time I ever made “Italian Eggplant” for my Chinese husband, he hated it. I never expected that one day, he would love making it just for me.
Featured on AsAm News: Discrimination Complaint by Asian American Student against Idaho State University Moves Forward
Last year, AsAm News, a website devoted to documenting the Asian American experience, published one of the best stories about my husband’s discrimination lawsuit. I’m excited that AsAm News has once again provided some fine coverage on Jun Yu’s case with a story titled Discrimination Complaint by Asian American Student against Idaho State University Moves Forward. Here’s an excerpt […]
Good news to share! We’ve just learned of two significant victories in my husband Jun Yu’s discrimination case against Idaho State University.
Logan Lo and his wife Alison welcomed a baby boy in late 2015. Five days later, Alison had a seizure b/c of a brain tumor. She still fights for her life.
Because I’m recovering from the flu, I thought I’d remind you to read a few great group posts at the group blog WWAM Bam (Western Women & Asian Men, Breaking All Molds) that happen to include contributions from me. For International Women’s Day: Chinese Women We Admire, you might be surprised to learn that I chose […]
Through 12 viewpoints, Ray Hecht’s novel takes readers on a tour of the underside of the expat scene in China — and you could win a FREE copy!
Among the dark chapters of US history, there was a moment in time where my marriage to Jun, a Chinese citizen, would have cost me my American citizenship.