Mei Quong Tart is known less for his interracial marriage and more as one of the most beloved Chinese public figures in late Victorian Sydney, Australia.
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.
The marriage between Fong See and Letticie “Ticie” Pruett is one of the most important relationships in Lisa See’s memoir “On Gold Mountain”.
Even though Faina Chiang eschewed the public spotlight, she’ll always be remembered for her hard work, modesty and devotion to her family.
A suave China warlord (who eventually makes history) romances the daughter of Italy’s infamous fascist dictator during the 1930s.
The LA Herald published “Married to Chinamen – White Women Who Accept Mongolian Husbands” in 1892. But hatred, not acceptance, prevails in the piece.
Sarah Burke and Wong Suey Wong were arrested in California in 1883 for pretextual reasons. Americans really didn’t like the fact that they were in love.