China Family Blogs
The blogs listed below focus on stories and tips for families living in China. Blogs are organized into three broad categories:
General Family Resources
The Culture Blend
The Culture Blend is run by Jerry Jones, a culture transition expert living in China.
Living with China with Kids
Living in China with Kids shares tips and information when it comes to living in China with kids. Her story on giving birth in China was also in the Knocked Up Abroad anthology.
Shanghai Mamas is the largest online community for expat parents in Shanghai.
Family Fun Shanghai
Family Fun Shanghai brings you the best of family fun, activities, and events throughout Shanghai.
Personal Family Blogs
One Feeling at a Time
“Fairies have to be one thing or the other, because being so small they, unfortunately, have room for one feeling only at a time.” – J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan.
One Feeling at a Time was inspired by this quote and is of a Beijing mom’s perspectives of young children and her experiences of motherhood.
Bringing up the Parks
Bringing up the Parks is a blog about multicultural parenting in East Asia.
Western Women & Asian Men Relationships
WWAM BAM (Western Women Asian Men, Breaking All Molds) is a community of Western women married to Asian men sharing their stories through this site.
Speaking of China
Speaking of China is a blog about love, family and relationships in China, including AMWF (Asian male/Western female) love.
Marta Lives in China
Marta Lives in China is the adventures of a Spanish girl with her Chinese husband in Suzhou, China.
Life Behind the Wall
Life Behind the Wall is a blog about the author’s time as a black woman living in China married to a younger Chinese man.
Daily Susily is a blog by an Australian expat about Creativity, Design, Life and Inspiration in China. She is also a writer on WWAMBAM. She takes on small design and web projects and delights her clients with the results.
Laughing Traveler is an open commentary on living in China from the perspective of a new mom. The author is based in Shenzhen.
Nama Mama Takes Two
Nama Mama Take Two was originally about being a foreign daughter in law (Nama) in an Amdo Tibetan family in Qinghai, but has now evolved into their adventures all over China as a multicultural family of three. She is also a blogger for WWAMBAM.
Our Chinese Wedding
Our Chinese Wedding is the story of a German girl and her Chinese husband’s life together in China. She is also part of the Core Team of WWAMBAM.
Living a Dream in China
Living a Dream in China is a blog about Sara Jaaksola’s her life in China with her Chinese husband. She is also learning and teaching Chinese.
Writer. Traveler. Tea Drinker.
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