Articles about love, family and relationships in China.
Bringing family together for the holidays is bound to produce a few awkward experiences – including when it’s your family spending Chinese New Year.
After over 10 years of marriage to me, his white American wife, my Chinese husband has learned a few of my habits.
Fused Society, a new publication celebrating hapas, interracial/cross-cultural relationships and more, is raising funds for printing and needs your support!
When you marry someone from another culture and country – like I have – you’re bound to pick up some of your foreign spouse’s new habits.
Fellow blogger Gerald Zhang-Schmidt just published my guest post for his blog titled “How I learned to feel at home at my in-laws’ place in rural China.”
As we say farewell to 2014, I’d like to share the best posts on this site – including the top five by views and my five own personal favorites.
China is my husband’s home country and where I live. In theory, the holidays can be a lot of fun here. But in practice, it doesn’t always feel that way.
There’s something joyful about celebrating Christmas with a total newcomer to the holiday — someone who brings a fresh perspective to silent night.
I love my Chinese husband and his hometown. But as I prepare to spend another holiday season in China, I’m dreaming of a white Christmas back in the US.
Does your holiday shopping list include book lovers? I’ve featured a lot of books on this blog — including AMWF titles — that could make great gifts.