It’s amazing to finally connect with my husband’s family/friends in the local dialect. Learning your partner’s obscure language or dialect is a LOT of fun.
I’ve been happily married for over a decade to someone from another country and culture. And like many folks in my shoes, sometimes I forget how far I’ve come from the early days in my relationship…from those arguments, misunderstandings, and stumbles to where John and I are now. I was reminded of this after seeing the […]
For years, Atom Yang heard “Sorry I’m not into Asians.” He eventually found true love with a non-Asian man, and was inspired to write AMWM romance novels.
It’s fascinating that a relationship could either be really simple, or incredibly complicated and worthy of long discussions, depending on your culture.
Beyond all expectations, love happened to me in China — and it was only possible because I transcended my assumptions and biases about dating in China.
Two events I’ve heard about recently have something in common — the idea of people who feel like they own the opposite sex of their race or culture.
Guest Post: My Relationship Ideals Were a Smorgasbord of Western & Eastern Values, All Torn Down by Him
Jocelyn Wong writes, “I didn’t realise I could compromise my core values for a man. But what can I say? I was stupidly in love.”
Yes, when you choose to date outside the lines, even your breakup attracts a level of scrutiny that nobody should have to endure.
3 Challenging Things About Meeting the Parents for People in Intercultural/Interracial Relationships
Here are three things that I’ve found challenging about meeting the parents and family in intercultural and international relationships.
An interviewer asked, “Tell me about some cultural differences between you and your Chinese husband.” Why couldn’t I think of a single decent example?