Speaking of China’s Top 5 Monday Posts for 2012

Godfrey Gao
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It’s New Year’s Eve, the last Monday of 2012, and time for me to announce the top 5 Monday posts for 2012.

Before I unveil them, don’t forget…if you like the site, you can also follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Weibo and Pinterest (at the latter, I maintain a growing board of photos of couples of Chinese men and Western women).

Here they are, starting with number five:

5. I Never Intended To Marry a Chinese Man

When someone asked me if I always had an Asian beau in mind, it inspired me to write this post. My dating past — dull and nothing different from the average American — would never have suggested who I might marry in the future.

4. Getting Personal When Buying Condoms at Watson’s China

A large purchase of condoms at everyone’s favorite personal store in China turned into something rather embarrassing for me and the store associates.

3. Asian Women “Too Tempting” To Husbands/Boyfriends? Please.

After a friend of mine discussed something I’d heard again and again — that somehow moving to countries like China w/ your non-Asian husband/boyfriend could suddenly turn him into a philanderer — I decided to challenge that narrative with this post. And boy, did you respond.

2. Four Lame Reasons Why Western Women Won’t Date Chinese Men

Over the years, I’ve heard so many reasons why Western women refuse to date Chinese men — and I decided to expose these four for what they are — lame. Over 100 comments on this one.

1. 2012 Blogs By Western Women Who Love Chinese Men

Every year, my annual list of blogs continues to grow — with a record number for 2012. Maybe it’s no wonder, then, that this one got your attention more than any other post this year.

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3 thoughts on “Speaking of China’s Top 5 Monday Posts for 2012

  • December 31, 2012 at 7:29 am

    Read the posts and commented on them. I’m actually not looking forward to New Years or to next year at all.

  • December 31, 2012 at 11:28 pm

    Happy New Year every one!!!

    New Year resolution: Use Ultrabook instead of tablet 🙂

  • January 2, 2013 at 3:38 am

    Happy New Year to everyone!!!


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