Grace Mineta of Texan in Tokyo writes about the flip side of moving to Japan for the man she loved and married in this insightful guest post.
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.
Are we more vulnerable to the throes of a one-sided relationship when we’re dating someone in a foreign country?
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!
When Kimberly went to Qinghai in China’s West, she used to joke that she might meet a nice man there…never realizing she would marry a Tibetan man.
The fact that Grace Mineta’s husband is a native Japanese speaker is part of the reason they get along so well.
We’ve all heard about yellow fever. What happens when you’re a Western man dating or married to an Asian woman and you’re supposedly living the stereotype?
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.
Texan in Tokyo just published my guest post site titled 6 Things I Cherish about my Cross-Cultural Marriage to a Chinese Man.
For some Chinese men and Western women in love, a big question looms over their relationship — where should the couple live and work in the world?