“The feelings between my wife and I were not so harmonious. So…we officially divorced.” Our friend Huizhong became another “divorce in China” statistic.
Tag Archive 'Chinese friend'
Posted in Ask the Yangxifu on Nov 9th, 2012
A Western woman asks: why does it seem that foreign women are the preferred choice for married men to have an affair with?
Posted in Ask the Yangxifu on Dec 2nd, 2011
A woman is interested in a Chinese guy, but they work in a romance-unfriendly government organization. Should she text him to ask him out?
Posted in Ask the Yangxifu on Nov 25th, 2011
To make your holiday to-do list a little easier, I’m rounding up all of my gift-giving advice in one easy post. Includes ideas for your Chinese friends and family, as well as hosts and even business associates.
Posted in Double Happiness on Nov 18th, 2011
When Jemma arrived in China in 2008, she expected to stay two years and then move on to another place. But that was before she met her Chinese boyfriend — through a friend.
Posted in Articles on Sep 12th, 2011
“You’re too old to be a student.” That’s what my Chinese husband’s family and friends told him, because he’s over thirty with no career and no child.
After a conversation with the wives of my Chinese husband’s “brothers,” I suddenly felt a little less alone in the world — and realized I could learn so much from married Chinese women.
Posted in Ask the Yangxifu on Aug 5th, 2011
An American woman attracted to a Chinese man at her university wonders about friendships between opposite sexes in China. Could she and this man remain friends, even if they don’t date?
Posted in Ask the Yangxifu on Jul 22nd, 2011
An American woman wonders why her Chinese in-laws seem upset every time she gives them a gift. Why do they always refuse what she buys for them?
Posted in Articles on Jun 20th, 2011
Ruzhui, where Chinese men “marry into” the wife’s family and have the child carry her name, turns Chinese marriage tradition upside down.