Susan Chan recalls how her biracial and bicultural daughter once encountered a boy who told her, “you can’t be three things.”
White Canadian Alexandra thought all of the ignorant comments about her marriage to a South Indian man would end once they had a child. But they didn’t.
“My mother is Korean and my father is…mostly white. I suppose that would make me Korean-American. Or Amerasian. Or a hapa. Why so many labels?”
A call for your guest posts about having/raising biracial and Asian kids or stories about biracial identity from people with an Asian parent.
“I hope my Chinese boyfriend will someday…find a way to accept that his girlfriend’s income will probably always be more stable than his.”
A Chinese-American man named “Mr. Fortunate” had a shocking affair with a Western woman and feels torn about what he did. (Reader discretion advised.)
Gerald writes: “I replied that I’d had an interest in Chinese culture…. She then asked me if by interest in Chinese culture, I actually meant the girls.”
As 2014 comes to a close, I’d like to salute the top five guest posts on Speaking of China by views.
Svetlana, who once dated a Korean guy studying in America, at first, couldn’t understand his reluctance to celebrate the Korean Lunar New Year in America.
What do Chinese men face when they go on blind dates in China? Just ask “Ted”, who has had 15 blind dates over one and half years with Chinese women.