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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.
If you’ve never heard of Lita (also known as China’s cookie queen on WeChat) you’re missing out on some heavenly desserts. Especially her pie cookies.
Today, the group blog WWAM Bam just ran my latest post, 4 Awkward Things I’ve Heard in China as a Married Woman With No Kids. Here’s an excerpt from the article: In a China where “married with kids” is the unspoken rule, I’m the ultimate oddity – a longtime married woman who has no children. I […]
The story of how Zhao, a Chinese student in Finland, fell in love with a Finnish girl and eventually married her.
It’s March and we’re about to celebrate International Women’s Day. Time to update to my list of blogs by Western women who love Chinese men!
I cried for hours. Every time I thought about him, my eyes watered and I had to swallow the pain I felt deep in my chest. I know I can only blame myself.
My marriage to a Chinese man has also educated me about the world of racism, prejudice, and all of those unfortunate stereotypes about Asians.
This past Wednesday, the China Daily just published my op-ed titled Why the Negative Bias Against Chinese Students in America Needs to Stop. Here’s an excerpt: When Chinese students in the US returned to universities in 2017, they began a new semester under a cloud. The Los Angeles Times reported that, in the wake of Trump’s […]
If you happen to be in the less than 4%, you are almost certain to get a question or comment about your interracial relationship.