The group blog WWAM BAM! just published my interview with fellow WWAM BAM! contributor Felicity Miller. What’s WWAM of the Month? It’s our monthly column spotlighting one of the fantastic women in the AMWF (or as we call it, WWAM) community. Here’s the introduction: Some people were born to tell stories, and you can count Felicity Miller (one […]
What I’ve learned over the years is that debates about the “usefulness of marriage” or whether “marriage is outdated” are a luxury not everyone has.
Are you in a WWAM (Western woman/Asian men) relationship? Do you happen to have some share-worthy photos of the two of you? Something really stunning? I’m working on a new round of stunning photos of Western women & Asian men for WWAM BAM! – and I would love for you to be a part of […]
WWAM BAM! recently published a group post titled What Attracted You to Your Mate? and I contributed to the piece. Here’s my excerpt: When I first met Jun, I was nursing a major heartbreak. I had just broken up with someone and spent much of my days in the office – the place where we both worked – […]
“Parsley & Coriander” is a delightful novel that captures the spirit of finding your own path in China, especially as an expat woman.
WWAM Bam has just published a group post I contributed to titled Our Top 10 Picks for an Asian James Bond. It’s a part of the blog’s Where’s Wang series that examines the portrayal of Asian men in Western media. Here’s an excerpt from the piece: James Bond, the British Secret Service agent with a penchant for […]
The other day, you told me how people constantly ask you, “Why would you date Chinese men?” You sounded tired of it.
Mei Quong Tart is known less for his interracial marriage and more as one of the most beloved Chinese public figures in late Victorian Sydney, Australia.
Rude bumper stickers are making headways in China. There’s one in particular that has caught my eye – one that’s actually rude to the driver’s wife.