Asian cultures take great pride and thought into picking names. Each combination of characters should sound nice and have meanings of virtue or aspirations.
Empire of Glass is stunning for its lyrical prose and unique in that it’s presented as a “translation” of the story of Li-Ming and her husband Wang.
25 More Stunning Photos of Western Women & Asian Men Who Got Married or Engaged (The June 2017 Edition) – Pub’d on WWAM BAM!
It’s June 2017 and time for another round of stunning photos of Western women and Asian men! The group blog WWAM BAM! just published 25 More Stunning Photos of Western Women & Asian Men Who Got Married or Engaged (The June 2017 Edition). This time around, these fabulous couples didn’t just share photos — they […]
The Global Times just published an article titled “When a Chinese Man Loves a White Woman”, and I was honored to be included: American Jocelyn Eikenburg, founder of the popular Speaking of China blog has played a key role in the integration of the global WWAM community. “Why don’t Western women date Asian men?” one […]
The group blog WWAM BAM recently featured a collaborative post titled Unexpected Commonalities between 6 Western Women and their Asian Husbands (inspired by an idea from Monica of Learning to Love Anywhere). In case you missed it, here’s my contribution to the piece: On our first date, which was also my birthday, Jun gifted me […]
The truth is, there are actually some pretty incredible things about living in China. Things that, on balance, are better than America.
What’s important is that we recognize and embrace our multiculturalism. And for my family, Beijing is the best place to do it.
While interracial couples honor Richard and Mildred Loving, the historic US Supreme Court decision bearing their name is only the beginning.
The group blog WWAM BAM! just published my interview with fellow WWAM BAM! contributor Felicity Miller. What’s WWAM of the Month? It’s our monthly column spotlighting one of the fantastic women in the AMWF (or as we call it, WWAM) community. Here’s the introduction: Some people were born to tell stories, and you can count Felicity Miller (one […]
What I’ve learned over the years is that debates about the “usefulness of marriage” or whether “marriage is outdated” are a luxury not everyone has.