Among the dark chapters of US history, there was a moment in time where my marriage to Jun, a Chinese citizen, would have cost me my American citizenship.
I was a skeptic when it came to love stories. Two and a half years ago I would not have called myself a “romantic.” Then Mongolia–and Zorig–happened.
Before I met Jeongsu, the only thing I knew about Korea was that its capital is Seoul. I hadn’t even tried Korean food. How was I going to live there?
Guest Post: How an American Woman Exchanged Rings, Bows and Hearts with Her Amazing Taiwanese Husband
“Marriage to someone outside my cultural group was one of the hardest and easiest things I’ve ever done,” writes Anne of her marriage to a Taiwanese man.
Once again, Fred believed his Chinese nephew would do anything to have his pick of American women — and tried setting him up during a trip to Hong Kong.
Before Nicki Chen married her Chinese husband, she thought, “We complement each other.” But their differences also meant they could learn from each other.
“Lisa” had a seemingly perfect relationship with a Chinese man she met in the US — until their romance unravelled after tragedy struck his family in Texas.
A white American woman goes to China and ends up falling for a guy she considers the Chinese version of Arnold Schwarzenegger.