Stories about life, love, and travel in China, from one Western woman with a Chinese husband.
It sounded crazy to me. To think that some Chinese men thought I wouldn’t want to date them just because I’m an American woman!
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“I was worried because he was Korean, while I was passionate about China…. I kept asking myself, ‘Why do I have to fall in love with a Korean man?'”
“He once left me sobbing on a hotel chaise lounge, naked and overlooking the Hong Kong skyline…this was what it was like…to become an artist’s mistress”
UK native Sarah had finished the Half-Marathon in Birmingham when she met the handsome Chinese man who would later propose to her in Dalian, China.
“I’d never dated or been attracted to Chinese men before,” writes Marissa Kluger — not until she met ZJ in Xi’an, a city that stole her heart away.
When you’re a Western woman in China, it’s amazing what some people (especially Chinese men) will say to you in the very first moments you meet.
In her new book “Tiger Tail Soup”, Nicki Chen transports us to a place you don’t often find in wartime China literature – Fujian Province’s Gulangyu Island.
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.