Advice to help you with your Chinese husband. Stories about having a Chinese husband. All from one Western woman married to a Chinese man.
Growing up in the US, I watched my parents enjoy many congrats on their wedding anniversary. Now that I’m married to a Chinese man, it all seems strange.
Serina Huang says, “Now that I am no longer with my Taiwanese husband, I am beginning to rediscover and question who I am,” feeling like a “scrambled egg.”
I found my way to China (and my Chinese husband) long after my mother passed away. What if she could have seen me now?
“Is that your foreign friend?” Why my Chinese husband hides the fact that I’m his white American wife here in China (Guest Post on China Elevator Stories)
My guest post for China Elevator Stories just published today, sharing why my husband prefers to call me his “foreign friend” when we’re out in Hangzhou.
“If someone had to tell me twenty years ago that I would be living in Taiwan and married to a Taiwanese man, I would have laughed in their face…”
After over 10 years of marriage to me, his white American wife, my Chinese husband has learned a few of my habits.
When you marry someone from another culture and country – like I have – you’re bound to pick up some of your foreign spouse’s new habits.
Shannon Young writes, “He was an opportunity for a real live English romance, my very own Mr. Darcy, except…talkative—and half Chinese.”
“Is he your foreign exchange student?” When you’re a white woman who looks older than her Asian husband
A cashier in America once mistook my Chinese husband for a foreign exchange student I was hosting — suggesting I looked too old to be his wife.
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.