It’s embarrassing to admit that I’m in my thirties and still enjoy a lot of support from my in-laws that I probably shouldn’t.
It’s amazing how a simple walk through my husband’s village in rural Zhejiang suddenly opens up unexpected doors and hearts.
It’s one thing to see China’s history in a museum and another to find a 5,000-year-old site right in my husband’s village in China.
Three amazing wild edible plants here in Zhejiang, China that have enchanted me and my Chinese family this Spring — and landed on our daily menu at home.
Though I still equate the word “invitation” with notice, I’m learning to appreciate the beauty in a sudden invite, like my big uncle’s dinner in China.
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.