Articles about love, family and relationships in China.
Growing up in the US, I watched my parents enjoy many congrats on their wedding anniversary. Now that I’m married to a Chinese man, it all seems strange.
Pub’d in The Wall Street Journal: “Married Without Children in China: Dealing with the Pressure in a Baby-Centric Country”
My article was published in The Wall Street Journal! It’s titled “Married Without Children in China: Dealing With the Pressure in a Baby-Centric Country”.
If my July 2015 was a person, it would be one of those diehard boot camp sergeants yanking you out of bed at 5am and hounding you into exhaustion. Welcome to my busy summer (and please excuse me if I happen to keel over in the middle of this blog post). Fortunately, one of the joys […]
Yes, when you choose to date outside the lines, even your breakup attracts a level of scrutiny that nobody should have to endure.
3 Challenging Things About Meeting the Parents for People in Intercultural/Interracial Relationships
Here are three things that I’ve found challenging about meeting the parents and family in intercultural and international relationships.
Wang Jia, an avid supporter of the AMWF community with a special project of his own, asked me to pass this on: Wang Jia is married to a German lady and lives in Holland. He is interested in AMWF relationships. And he wants to make a wider impact through a TEDx speech on this topic. Originally […]
Why should uplifting Asian men come at the expense of others – women, and especially, women of color?
Yes, there’s courage in writing something incredibly personal about your marriage to a Chinese man. And I should know…because I once quit blogging.
The CCTV English-language show “Crossover” (a cross-cultural talk show) invited me to be on an episode about foreign wives in China. Here’s the scoop!
Charlotte Edwards-Zhang, who blogs at Chinese Potpourri, just had a nifty article published at Yoyo Chinese titled What to Expect When Dating a Chinese Guy. And I’m thrilled to have contributed my thoughts to the article, along with Jo Kelly-Bai of Life Behind the Wall. Here’s a snippet of the piece: A decade ago, my […]