Articles about love, family and relationships in China.
The group blog WWAM BAM just published a collaborative article on Differences Between Northern and Southern China, inspired by my recent move to Beijing. Four Western women married to Asian me, including myself, share our experiences about leaving one latitude for another. Here’s my contribution to the post: In China, I’ve lived the southern life […]
In my online groups, Beijing has the most Western women married to Chinese men. What makes Beijing the number one city for AMWF couples in China?
Moving to Beijing was more than just a change of scenery for me. It was also the opportunity to experience my first long-distance road trip in China.
The group blog WWAM BAM just ran my latest WWAM of the Month interview with Bianca Wan, a Brazil native residing in Chongqing. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: What attracted you to your husband? I had an instant crush on him because he was a real gentleman and had the features I find attractive […]
While visiting with this family this fall in rural Hangzhou, I rediscovered these treasures – and want to share them with you.
Finally, time to share the big news with you — I’m bound for Beijing this weekend, where I’ll be working for the China Daily website as a copy editor. It’s really a dream job for me, and so hard to put into words just how excited I am to work for China’s most prominent English-language […]
When I was reading “Little Soldiers,” I couldn’t help thinking about the many Western women I know in China who have Chinese husbands and children here.
Just recently WWAM BAM ran my interview with Pamela, who is our lovely WWAM of the Month. Here’s the intro to that post: If you’ve viewed our post on 25 More Stunning Photos of Western Women & Asian Men Who Got Married or Engaged (The June 2017 Edition), then you’ve seen Pamela, who graced the […]
Ask me what toilet I would prefer and I’ll say, “It depends.” At home, I always want a sitting toilet. Outside the house, however, I prefer squatters.
Most are unflattering, and some are even downright derogatory. In other words, they’d be right at home in any standup comedy routine.