Today, the group blog WWAM Bam just ran my latest post, 4 Awkward Things I’ve Heard in China as a Married Woman With No Kids. Here’s an excerpt from the article: In a China where “married with kids” is the unspoken rule, I’m the ultimate oddity – a longtime married woman who has no children. I […]
WWAM Bam, the new group blog for Western women who love Asian men, just published my piece titled How to Deal with 3 Major Chinese New Year Annoyances. Here’s the introduction to that article: As China in January turns into a festive wonderland of red and gold everywhere you look, some of us don’t feel as excited […]
Linda Goes East just published a guest post from me, and it’s titled “How I Built a Good Relationship with My Chinese Mother-in-Law“. Here’s an excerpt from the post: If you’ve read my blog over the years, you know I love to gush about my mother-in-law here in China. I’ve written about everything from how […]
I Never Expected to End up in China, but It Changed My Life (and Love) Forever (Pub’d on Ninglidating.com)
Going to China was one of the craziest decisions I had ever made – a total detour from everything I had planned before. Read about it in my guest post.
The Almost Indian Wife just featured me on Family Fridays, where I shared my own family recipe for vegan Chinese shaobing (stuffed flatbread), a snack food I’ve learned to prepare from my mother-in-law. Here’s an excerpt: One of the coolest things about my mother-in-law is that she’s totally accepting of my vegan lifestyle. I never […]
“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.
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?
Texan in Tokyo just published my guest post site titled 6 Things I Cherish about my Cross-Cultural Marriage to a Chinese Man.