Stories of falling in love, weddings, marriage and more about Chinese-Western couples.
“My adventure first began when I crossed the Pacific and found Jo. Then one day, we decided to trace my steps back to visit my hometown of Xi’an, China.”
Marghini’s future Chinese boyfriend was in fact into her all along, but he almost didn’t believe she would be into him because she was a Western woman.
The story of how Kane Gu, a self-described “foreign student turned party boy” snagged himself one special lady in New Zealand.
When Kimberly went to Qinghai in China’s West, she used to joke that she might meet a nice man there…never realizing she would marry a Tibetan man.
Tibetan husbands, dating Chinese pop stars, and other unusual stories of Chinese men & Western women in love
This week, I’ve stumbled upon a number of incredibly unique stories in the blogosphere about Chinese men and Western women in love.
“I am a Tunisian woman. Seven months ago, I married a man from Shanghai….I never met a man as honest, committed and affectionate as my husband.”
Alexandra Van Vianen went to Qingdao in June 2010, never realizing she would end up marrying a local and building a wedding planning business with him.
While Western women overwhemingly step up to share their stories love found and love lost, some of the most memorable submissions came from Chinese men. As I continue to prepare for my move to China, I’m digging into the archives this Friday to share a few of my favorites. Let’s hear it for the boys! […]
Logan Lo stepped outside of his own comfort zone in interracial dating — and eventually met his Irish/Italian-American wife.
Dorcas Cheng-Tozun’s father never said ” love you” to her. That night was the first and only time he ever told her he missed her.