Advice to help you with your Chinese husband. Stories about having a Chinese husband. All from one Western woman married to a Chinese man.
“Although AMWF couples will never be as numerous as WMAF couples, we are out there and we are proud!”
John and I have been married for 10 years, live in China and have no kids. But as being childless isn’t normal, we’ve had our share of awkward experiences.
John and I are celebrating 10 years of marriage! I’m sharing our marriage registration photo plus 10 photos of us from each year we’ve been married.
An interview with Susan Blumberg-Kason about her new AMWF memoir “Good Chinese Wife: A Love Affair With China Gone Wrong” — a book you shouldn’t miss!
My essay “Huangshan Honeymoon” (included in “How Does One Dress to Buy Dragonfruit”) explores the very different honeymoon my husband and I enjoyed.
I think the love of a Chinese family is one of the best kept secrets in the world. And if ever there was an example, it’s our upcoming move to Hangzhou.
A reader wants to know how being married to a Chinese man and to the Chinese “extended family” changed has changed my “feminist” (independent) views.
Tibetan husbands, dating Chinese pop stars, and other unusual stories of Chinese men & Western women in love
This week, I’ve stumbled upon a number of incredibly unique stories in the blogosphere about Chinese men and Western women in love.
In Chinese, yangxifu (洋媳妇) refers to foreign women married to Chinese men. And in China, the mention of yangxifu can sometimes light up the toughest people.
Texan in Tokyo just published my guest post site titled 6 Things I Cherish about my Cross-Cultural Marriage to a Chinese Man.