Tag Archives: Taiwanxifu

On Meeting Mr Taiwanxifu

How did I become a Taiwanxifu?  Well, it started with meeting Mr Taiwanxifu.

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Centered on Taipei magazine: blog of the month

I am proud to announce That Taiwanxifu has been featured as blog of the month in the April 2014 edition of Centered on Taipei magazine. I positively blushed when I read the lovely description of the Taiwanxifu blog written by … Continue reading

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Building a bridge between cultures: all you have to do is believe

Three years ago I set out on a lofty ambition of realising my life purpose as being a bridge between Chinese (especially Taiwanese) and Western cultures.  Kind of like a character out of Victorian-style Willow Pattern china, I wanted to be someone who … Continue reading

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On My Taiwanese Mother-in-Law

One of the weirdest things about being a Taiwanxifu is that the first thing people always ask about is your mother-in-law. No-one ever asks me about my husband. Or at least, not very many people.

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Taiwanxifu on Radio Taiwan International

I was honored recently to be interviewed on Radio Taiwan International on their Feast Meets West program. I had so much fun chatting with Andrew and Ellen about how I became a Taiwanxifu, why I started blogging and the benefits of … Continue reading

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Taiwanxifu’s thoughts on being a Western wife

Recently, I was interviewed for the Wild East Magazine about what it means to be a Western wife married to a Taiwanese guy.  Next week, Mr Taiwanxifu and I celebrate fifteen years from the day we first started seeing each other … Continue reading

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