Articles about love, family and relationships in China.
“What should I give to my loved ones/family in China?” I’ve discovered there can be a simple answer – the fruit basket, or even a well-chosen gift-basket.
Wang Jia, who blogs at WhyAMWF.wordpress.com, has just uploaded his TEDx Erasmus talk “Western Women, Eastern Men” and asked me to share it with you.
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” is a fresh, fun TV show with a hot Asian guy as the male lead and a White woman who chased him across the country. You must watch!
Things I’ve Learned from my Chinese Husband: Single’s Day (China’s Version of Black Friday) Can Be Cool
My heart pounded as if it was only a few minutes to midnight on New Year’s Eve. Yet my only resolution revolved around the little black and white mobile phone in my hands and its Alibaba online shopping cart. Every single item in that cart represented hours of online “research”, scouring through reviews, search results […]
I’m honored that Crystal of Foreign Indian Wife nominated me for a Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award! Crystal runs a lovely blog, sharing her experiences in Delhi, India as she navigates life as the American wife of an Indian man. My favorite post from her blog is India Has Changed Me – this piece […]
A week ago, I watched a collective gasp ripple across Twitter when tragedy struck on The Walking Dead. How could Glenn, the heart and soul of the show, die?
It has been one whirlwind week with way too much going on — including the discovery that my grandmother here in China isn’t feeling well.
It’s fascinating that a relationship could either be really simple, or incredibly complicated and worthy of long discussions, depending on your culture.
The Love Stories of East German Women and North Korean Men in New German Documentary “Loved, Engaged, Lost”
When North Korea sent 357 men over to East Germany in the 1950s to train them, this lead to some of the most bittersweet stories of forbidden AMWF love.
Beyond all expectations, love happened to me in China — and it was only possible because I transcended my assumptions and biases about dating in China.