Are interracial couples of Asian men & Western women really that rare? A field report from Hong Kong
A reader does an informal “study” during a trip to Hong Kong, hoping to discover whether couples of Asian men and Western women are really that rare.
This is a story of how one Chinese man met an enchanting Polish woman in London, only to have her vanish from his life without an explanation.
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?
My Chinese family, including my husband, prefers that I stay around the home here in China. They say it’s for my safety…but it’s for theirs too.
My Chinese husband survived the entire Chinese New Year’s holiday without getting drunk…because he has a foreign wife as an excuse to say no.
“I am a Tunisian woman. Seven months ago, I married a man from Shanghai….I never met a man as honest, committed and affectionate as my husband.”
As the wife of a Chinese man, I’m used to attracting attention when I’m out in China. But I never thought someone would believe our marriage wasn’t real.
Before Nicki Chen married her Chinese husband, she thought, “We complement each other.” But their differences also meant they could learn from each other.
People say, “Why write about your relationship? You’re a white woman dating a Chinese man, what’s the big deal?” I have a new answer: Lorde and James Lowe.
Alexandra Van Vianen went to Qingdao in June 2010, never realizing she would end up marrying a local and building a wedding planning business with him.