Saluting Other Blogs by Non-Asian Women Who Love Asian Men | Speaking of China

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  1. Sveta
    Sveta March 7, 2014 at 12:48 pm | | Reply

    Some websites I actually know. My book review also covers different AM/WF books, not just Chinese male/White female just to let you guys know 🙂

  2. Lina
    Lina March 7, 2014 at 1:15 pm | | Reply

    wow, even more 🙂 how I can read all of those good stories? so little time!

  3. Oegukeen
    Oegukeen March 7, 2014 at 3:53 pm | | Reply

    Thank you so much for mentioning my blog. Your kind words really warmed my heart 🙂

    No matter what, I’m really glad I started my blog and in the process got to read great blogs like yours.

  4. Grace Mineta
    Grace Mineta March 8, 2014 at 8:33 am | | Reply

    Thanks 🙂
    I can’t wait to check out all these other blogs. I LOVE reading a good AMXF story~

  5. ShaSha LaPerf
    ShaSha LaPerf March 8, 2014 at 1:05 pm | | Reply

    “What blogs did I miss? What blogs would you like to see on this list and why?” Mine, LOL!

    My blog is about me being married to a Chinese-American man also usually Asian and/or black pop culture related things as well as the time I spent living in Japan: http://shashalaperf.blogspot.com/

    In addition to some of the blogs you already mentioned, there are some others I like to keep up with:
    Tara Kamiya and her husband (Japanese) were on the show “Four Weddings.” They currently live in rural Japan and she blogs about her life and family there: http://tarakamiya.com/

    Jenny is married to a Korean man and lives and teaches in Korea. They have a blog and YouTube page: http://jheartsjae.tumblr.com/

  6. Tracy Slater
    Tracy Slater March 8, 2014 at 5:04 pm | | Reply

    Thanks so much, Jocelyn–I’m honored to be included here! Looking forward to checking out the other blogs on this list too. All my best to you!

  7. Sandra Santiago
    Sandra Santiago March 11, 2014 at 4:39 am | | Reply

    谢谢!! Such an honor having my blog’s name in your post! I’ve been following yours for a while. Enjoying the insight of your intense experiences (good and not-so-good), and having a first row seat to watch your relationship evolve with every posting. Thank you for sharing with us!

    Honestly, I never thought an interest in emerging economical alliances between Asia and South America (such as FOCALAE), and, of course, pop culture, would lead me to write interracial-romance topics.

    With every post, my reader’s want more…asking for the real deal: Asian boyfriends! I do my best to refer them to “safe” groups and sites to meet, but I’m not a match maker. Pointing them to any direction is nerve wrecking, mainly the younger readers. Hence, any success story, is a celebration, and encouragement for all. As a blogger, it’s very rewarding! For sure, you understand…

    By the way, Jocelyn, know any Chinese interested in Latinas? (lol)…

  8. SBC
    SBC March 15, 2014 at 11:38 pm | | Reply

    Cool blog list Jocelyn. Except for the first blog. The AMWW magazine blog is a bit misogynistic, ignorant, racist and sexist (to be kind). Most of their articles are about how to land “hot white girls” or “why asian guys are better” or what not. Its the kind of fetishizing that gives interracial couples a bad name. No wonder people look at us like we are freaks. Sorry but I had the misfortune of visiting that blog and it was nauseating for MOST part, and pathetically ignorant. The exact opposite of your and other blogs you link here. (except for hey-ai and other weird sites like that).

  9. Grace Mineta
    Grace Mineta March 24, 2014 at 9:15 pm | | Reply

    I hope you don’t mind – I’m borrowing part of this list for my AMWF post (since I realized I needed to add more AMWF blogs).
    And, of course, I moved YOUR blog to the top of the list, since I’ve run out of time to read – yours is one of the only ones I’ve been able to keep up with~

  10. Arjun
    Arjun March 30, 2014 at 2:52 am | | Reply

    How are Indian males “Asian”.

    We are a different race than Koreans, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese.

    Please don’t lump us together because that is what is done in the US census. We are not the same race. We have much more in common with Iranians than East Asians.

    Thanks!

    1. Jasmine
      Jasmine April 23, 2014 at 4:19 am | | Reply

      Sorry to interrupt~ 

      But I think that if you look at the “Asian” term in a geographic way, it’s alright to say Indians are Asians since India is part of Asia (the continent).
      But of course, if you look at the “Asian” term in a physical features (or “race”, like you said) way, than I guess you’re right.

      Also, thank you Jocelyn for all those blogs, I can’t wait to read them! 😀

  11. Mi
    Mi April 17, 2016 at 12:15 pm | | Reply

    I just want to say thank you for this blog. And for this list. I’m currebtly dating a Chinese guy, and it can be confusing sometimes, and those times this is where I go for help. Thank you! ♡

  12. eric
    eric April 28, 2016 at 6:08 pm | | Reply

    GERMANY a difficult place for Asians or is a very rare place of the AMWF couples
    1. the bureaucracy thing is rigid, stiff …
    2. it causes mostly a stressful for people from outside the EU countries

    that is why the most asians do prefer the westcoast of US or canadian vancouver …I guess it is based on the huge asian population out there. and you will see more AMWF couples in all corners in the westcoast http://lindalivinginchina.com/2014/10/27/san-francisco-the-perfect-place-for-amwf-couples/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I0vkKy504U ;

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