Guest Post: I Got Divorced in China, and What Happened in My Marriage Is More Common Than You Realize
The Chinese version of “undiscussed” open relationships, staying together for the money, the kids, the face. I wouldn’t and couldn’t endure it.
I remember when I first arrived in China with my 1-year old son. “What have I done? Is this really fair to make my son live as an expat?”
He checks off literally every fantasy that you dream about in a sexual partner. It was, without a question, the best sex I’ve ever had.
As many of you know, a bunch of us started the new group blog WWAM BAM! (Western Women & Asian Men – Breaking All Molds) earlier this year. But what you may not know is this — we’re always looking for people to write for us. What do we write about at WWAM BAM? Here’s […]
From a small sample group of my friends, I discovered that PUA is widely known among men, but for women, it’s another story.
“All this time had passed, yet I cannot say these words in my heart. I know that you might think I have no feelings for you, but it’s not true.”
Asian cultures take great pride and thought into picking names. Each combination of characters should sound nice and have meanings of virtue or aspirations.
What’s important is that we recognize and embrace our multiculturalism. And for my family, Beijing is the best place to do it.
I never thought that one day, it will all catch up with me. I had found love with sweet Anna — and then I threw it away like a damn fool.
I cannot bring myself to think about just what went through Wei’s head the second he realized that something had gone truly and terribly wrong.