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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.
An interview with Sonali Dev on “A Bollywood Affair,” an adorable romance novel steeped in Indian culture with lots of Bollywood-style drama.
An interview with Mingmei Yip on “Secret of a Thousand Beauties”, the story of a “bad-luck woman” who finds strength in a sisterhood of Suzhou embroiderers.
If you’re a fan of graphic novels and you’re curious about Japan, you don’t want to miss “My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy” by Texan in Tokyo’s Grace.
Shannon Young writes, “He was an opportunity for a real live English romance, my very own Mr. Darcy, except…talkative—and half Chinese.”