Through 12 viewpoints, South China Morning Blues takes readers on a tour of the underside of the expat scene in China. It’s a fresh take on modern China.
“The Good Shufu” by Tracy Slater is a heartfelt story about love & life abroad that proves sometimes those unexpected detours lead us to incredible joy.
Interview with Yuta Aoki on “There’s Something I Want to Tell You: True Stories of Mixed Dating in Japan”
Yuta Aoki’s new book shares the stories of 15 different people spanning 8 nationalities who dated Japanese locals, and explores the cultural dynamics.
“Year of Fire Dragons” details the life-changing year Shannon Young spent in Hong Kong while in a long-distance relationship with her Eurasian boyfriend.
If you love stories of AMWF couples, here’s your chance to win 3 AMWF memoirs of love, travel and life in Asia! Open to anyone in the world — ends July 7!
Leza Lowitz shares her emotional journey towards marriage and motherhood in Japan (as well as opening a yoga studio in Tokyo) in “Here Comes the Sun”.
“The Porcelain Thief” deftly combines Huan Hsu’s personal experiences as a Chinese American in China, family stories, and his quest for buried porcelain.
My interview with Ray Hecht about his memoir “Pearl River Drama: Dating in China”, an honest and compelling look into his love life in Southern China.
Grace Mineta of Texan in Tokyo has once again wowed us with her delightful comics in her latest book “My Japanese Husband (Still) Thinks I’m Crazy”.
My interview with Susan Chan about “The Reluctant Brides of Lily Court Lane”, an easy and breezy romance novel that features an AMWF couple.