The Southern Poverty Law Center website confirmed my suspicions – that, indeed, a white supremacist website had linked to my interracial love blog.
You told your friend about how dissatisfied you were with your boyfriend. You said his salary of “only” 8,000 RMB a month wasn’t good enough.
I could feel your heartbreak in the messages you sent to me. I know what it’s like. I’ve had Asian boyfriends break up with me out of the blue.
Stunned and shocked. That about sums up my reaction to the election this past Tuesday. Well, when the United States of America elects a xenophobic, racist, misogynistic, homophobic narcissist (see if you can say that five times fast), I don’t know how else you can feel about it. I don’t normally discuss politics. This isn’t […]
There’s a human side to a US lawsuit. It’s inevitable that a huge US Federal Court case will ultimately affect you in countless ways, changing your life.
Is the interracial dating scene friendlier to Asian men when you leave the Anglosphere, the English-speaking world?
Our lawyer Ron Coulter reminded me of the value that comes from writing about what it’s like to live with (and sleep with) the so-called “enemy” country.
Sarah Burke and Wong Suey Wong were arrested in California in 1883 for pretextual reasons. Americans really didn’t like the fact that they were in love.
“It’s appendicitis. You need surgery.” The words echoed through my mind like a bad nightmare. But the bigger shock was that I’d need surgery in China.
In China, there’s nothing that strikes fear into my heart quite like the phrase, “Let’s attend a wedding.” Here’s why I dislike wedding banquets in China.