Stories about life, love, and travel in China, from one Western woman with a Chinese husband.
What’s important is that we recognize and embrace our multiculturalism. And for my family, Beijing is the best place to do it.
What I’ve learned over the years is that debates about the “usefulness of marriage” or whether “marriage is outdated” are a luxury not everyone has.
“Parsley & Coriander” is a delightful novel that captures the spirit of finding your own path in China, especially as an expat woman.
The other day, you told me how people constantly ask you, “Why would you date Chinese men?” You sounded tired of it.
Mei Quong Tart is known less for his interracial marriage and more as one of the most beloved Chinese public figures in late Victorian Sydney, Australia.
Rude bumper stickers are making headways in China. There’s one in particular that has caught my eye – one that’s actually rude to the driver’s wife.
I cannot bring myself to think about just what went through Wei’s head the second he realized that something had gone truly and terribly wrong.
What happens when your husband receives a job offer in China and you decide to follow him? You’ll probably become a taitai.
Sometimes the family you discover in China isn’t the family you married into. It’s the family you create through meaningful connections.
The first time I ever made “Italian Eggplant” for my Chinese husband, he hated it. I never expected that one day, he would love making it just for me.