Articles about love, family and relationships in China.
WWAM Bam, the new group blog for Western women who love Asian men, just published my piece titled How to Deal with 3 Major Chinese New Year Annoyances. Here’s the introduction to that article: As China in January turns into a festive wonderland of red and gold everywhere you look, some of us don’t feel as excited […]
How should you NOT give gifts in China? What are the things to avoid? Here are 4 ideas you won’t want to try if you’re hoping to impress.
I always used to think you were cool and open-minded. You voted for Obama. You had a terrific downward dog pose. One of your friends was Chinese.
WWAM Bam — Western Women & Asian Men, Breaking All Molds — is a new group blog for Western women who love Asian men. And you’re invited to join us.
As we say farewell to 2016, I’d like to share the best posts on this site – including the top five by views and my five own personal favorites.
Christmas is coming! If you’d like to do Christmas like the Chinese do, here are three ideas for the holidays.
I can’t believe it’s already December 20. As I write this post, I’m still knee deep in preparations for two Christmas parties this week — and, of course, have yet to do a single Christmas card. (At least I can send them out by e-mail – thank you, Hallmark eCards.) Welcome to my busy December! […]
The Southern Poverty Law Center website confirmed my suspicions – that, indeed, a white supremacist website had linked to my interracial love blog.
Who in their right mind would move to a new apartment in the dead of winter, smack dab in the middle of the holiday season? *raises hand* So we just moved house and are getting settled in. Please bear with me as I take this week to get things together. I may post something new […]
The Huffington Post just ran my piece titled An Open Letter to the Girl Whose Interracial Relationship Ended, which I first published on this blog. In case you haven’t read it yet, here’s a snippet: I was shocked to learn your steady Asian boyfriend of several years had left you. Even though we’ve never met in […]