Stories about life, love, and travel in China, from one Western woman with a Chinese husband.
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.
If you’ve never heard of Lita (also known as China’s cookie queen on WeChat) you’re missing out on some heavenly desserts. Especially her pie cookies.
The story of how Zhao, a Chinese student in Finland, fell in love with a Finnish girl and eventually married her.
To honor Valentine’s Day, here’s a photo essay highlighting some everyday moments where my Chinese husband shows his love for me.
“A Geek in China” is the perfect book for anyone who wants to be culturally savvy about China, fast. Think of it as a fun, smart 150-page China 101 course.
How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day – this ever-important holiday for lovers – when your boyfriend or girlfriend is in China?
It’s the year of the golden rooster. Happy Chinese New Year! While I’m taking a little time off to recharge a little during the holidays, I thought I’d share some photos from our Chinese New Year celebration in rural Hangzhou, China. The biggest dinner of the year — Chinese New Year’s Eve dinner! As always, […]