Stories about life, love, and travel in China, from one Western woman with a Chinese husband.
“My adventure first began when I crossed the Pacific and found Jo. Then one day, we decided to trace my steps back to visit my hometown of Xi’an, China.”
An interview with Susan Blumberg-Kason about her new AMWF memoir “Good Chinese Wife: A Love Affair With China Gone Wrong” — a book you shouldn’t miss!
In my mind, soccer is synonymous with romance. The relationships I’ve had in China (especially my marriage to John) turned me into a fan.
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 you’re married to a Chinese national, there are the experiences you get to be privilege to — and wish you weren’t. Like a funeral in China.
I think the love of a Chinese family is one of the best kept secrets in the world. And if ever there was an example, it’s our upcoming move to Hangzhou.
We’ve all heard about yellow fever. What happens when you’re a Western man dating or married to an Asian woman and you’re supposedly living the stereotype?
When I talk about China in the US, some people have actually told me that visiting (or reading about) the country makes them so glad they’re an American.
A reader wants to know how being married to a Chinese man and to the Chinese “extended family” changed has changed my “feminist” (independent) views.
It’s amazing how a simple walk through my husband’s village in rural Zhejiang suddenly opens up unexpected doors and hearts.