Articles about love, family and relationships in China.
Logan Lo and his wife Alison welcomed a baby boy in late 2015. Five days later, Alison had a seizure b/c of a brain tumor. She still fights for her life.
Because I’m recovering from the flu, I thought I’d remind you to read a few great group posts at the group blog WWAM Bam (Western Women & Asian Men, Breaking All Molds) that happen to include contributions from me. For International Women’s Day: Chinese Women We Admire, you might be surprised to learn that I chose […]
Through 12 viewpoints, Ray Hecht’s novel takes readers on a tour of the underside of the expat scene in China — and you could win a FREE copy!
Today, the group blog WWAM Bam just ran my latest post, 4 Awkward Things I’ve Heard in China as a Married Woman With No Kids. Here’s an excerpt from the article: In a China where “married with kids” is the unspoken rule, I’m the ultimate oddity – a longtime married woman who has no children. I […]
My marriage to a Chinese man has also educated me about the world of racism, prejudice, and all of those unfortunate stereotypes about Asians.
This past Wednesday, the China Daily just published my op-ed titled Why the Negative Bias Against Chinese Students in America Needs to Stop. Here’s an excerpt: When Chinese students in the US returned to universities in 2017, they began a new semester under a cloud. The Los Angeles Times reported that, in the wake of Trump’s […]
The group blog WWAM Bam (Western Women & Asian Men – Breaking All Molds) just published my post titled 5 Reasons You Must See Hayden Szeto in “The Edge of Seventeen”. Here’s an excerpt: Whenever I think of Hollywood teen movies, I cringe. It’s bad enough that white actors get all the best roles, with almost […]
This past Chinese New Year, we noticed a glaring absence from the family gatherings – one of Jun’s relatives, a fellow close to his own age. At first I figured it was just bad timing. Maybe we missed him because I had woken up a bit late? Or maybe he was dining with other relatives? […]
“Knocked Up Abroad Again” is a compelling exploration of pregnancy abroad through 26 writers, and you could win a FREE copy.
To honor Valentine’s Day, here’s a photo essay highlighting some everyday moments where my Chinese husband shows his love for me.