As we say farewell to 2016, I’d like to share the best posts on this site – including the top five by views and my five own personal favorites.
The Top 5 Posts by Views:
I bared some of my “dirty laundry” in this post with some of the most embarrassing things about living with my Chinese in-laws. Such as how I’m in my thirties and still enjoy laundry assistance from my mother-in-law whenever we stay at her home in the countryside of Zhejiang Province. 😉
Inspired by a fan who e-mailed me, I explored this question in a post that got a lot of you reading — and commenting!
Who doesn’t love a few hot Asian male athletes to make you go humanahumana? If you need a little eye candy, here’s your post.
I don’t normally get political here on the blog. But these aren’t normal times.
When you’re an expat married to a foreigner, it’s not all weekend jaunts to Bali or nights on the town.
My 5 Personal Favorites (In Order of Appearance in 2016):
Growing up in the Cleveland, Ohio region, I learned pretty quickly that raising your voice was a sign of anger or disrespect. But in my husband’s rural Hangzhou village, people speak loudly all the time about normal, friendly things.
Inspired by our lawyer, who used to consider China the enemy before he came to know Jun and me.
I will always consider 2016 the year of the lawsuit (since we were knee deep in litigation and all of the pressure that comes with it). This photo essay captures the ups and downs of fighting for justice in the American legal system from a personal perspective.
Inspired by a friend whose heart was unexpectedly broken.
My response to a conversation overheard in a restaurant had a LOT of you commenting.
Wishing all of you a Happy New Year!
What would you like to see me write about in 2017?