Stories about life, love, and travel in China, from one Western woman with a Chinese husband.
After years in China, there’s one thing I’ve learned – many of the locals, including the local men, have some rather fascinating ideas about Western women.
Only after I moved to America with my Chinese husband did I finally learn the truth: the most challenging things happen after you set foot in American soil.
When John’s Grandpa passed away earlier this year, the last thing I ever expected was for his funeral in China to remind me of weddings here too.
Many Chinese men here in China would love to marry a Western woman. But if you’re going to wed us, don’t do it for one of these four really bad reasons!
John and I have been married for 10 years, live in China and have no kids. But as being childless isn’t normal, we’ve had our share of awkward experiences.
How John and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary in Hangzhou — and faced sweltering heat and lots of mayhem caused by a huge downpour that afternoon!
John and I are celebrating 10 years of marriage! I’m sharing our marriage registration photo plus 10 photos of us from each year we’ve been married.
“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.