Why read “How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit”? Here are 12 stories of AMWF/cross-cultural love, dating and marriage in Asia and more you shouldn’t miss.
When Kimberly went to Qinghai in China’s West, she used to joke that she might meet a nice man there…never realizing she would marry a Tibetan man.
My essay “Huangshan Honeymoon” (included in “How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit”) explores the very different honeymoon my husband and I enjoyed.
The fact that Grace Mineta’s husband is a native Japanese speaker is part of the reason they get along so well.
Tibetan husbands, dating Chinese pop stars, and other unusual stories of Chinese men & Western women in love
This week, I’ve stumbled upon a number of incredibly unique stories in the blogosphere about Chinese men and Western women in love.
A unique romantic comedy that deals with love, divorce and getting audited by the IRS, and happens to feature an AMWF (Asian male/White female) couple.
Before Nicki Chen married her Chinese husband, she thought, “We complement each other.” But their differences also meant they could learn from each other.
Alex went to Qingdao in June 2010, never realizing she would end up marrying a local and building a wedding planning business with him.
A story of a European-Chinese couple fighting for their marriage and family, who needs your advice and support.
After the honeymoon was over, Austrian R and her Chinese husband “fought all the time”. But they found harmony once again in their cross-cultural marriage.