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Lessons from My (Failed) Cross-Cultural Marriage

In talking to people about my new memoir, Good Chinese Wife: A Love Affair with China Gone Wrong (Sourcebooks, 2014), I’m often asked if my story is a cautionary tale. My answer is that it is and it isn’t. On the one hand, I don’t want to make general statements. Not all cross-cultural marriages will […]

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Ghanaian-Chinese Intercultural Marriage – Challenges Are Easier Solved if You Find the Right Person

Mills Yamoah and Rebecca Cui have been married for eight months and they´re currently living in Nanjing. Both are English tutors and they own a teaching agency, Yingwuyingyu. Their marriage isn´t only mixed culture, it is also interfaith.

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Spanish-Chinese Intercultural Marriage – a doorway to a new world

We have never seen culture or race as a barrier and therefore there was no need of balancing factors. We love each other and have many values in common. To us values matter. Family, respect, support, honesty.

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Chinese-American Intercultural Marriage: Not A Lot of White Women Marry Asian Men

There´s enough stereotype for tall women who date shorter men, but there´s even more received ideas on white women who marry Asian men.

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Canadian-Chinese interracial and intercultural marriage – patience is crucial

I’m Canadian and Maggie is Chinese. Not only do we come from very different cultures, we also have very different socioeconomic backgrounds, which I feel makes for a quite unique and colourful marriage.

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Chinese-Filipina intercultural marriage – building Business Empire through love and trust

Chinese people are everywhere and they marry local women in order to set up businesses. That’s a stereotype, yes, and not all Chinese men are the same.