Interviews - Chinese culture revealed in your resource vault
of expert insights
Isn't it wonderful to learn about new, fresh ideas and
perspectives from as many great minds as possible? The more we learn,
the more we can love and appreciate Chinese culture and Chinese people.
The Interview Vault is dedicated to picking the
brains of Chinese culture, language, people and food experts out there
who are ready and willing to share their expertise. I value their time,
opinions, and dedication to exploring China and her culture.
Please enjoy the interviews below. Xie xie (thank you)!
“A Tale of Two Weddings” featuring Kelly Sandor-Yang
Kelly Sandor-Yang tells her tale of two weddings, including how she made them personal, special and memorable all while balancing two opposing cultures...more»
Is Chinese family the “ultimate social safety net”?
Writer Jocelyn Eikenburg
explores love in China, interracial relationships, and why she embraced filial piety as the “ultimate social safety net”...more»
“The Chinese Woman” by Brian Cox
Murder, Mayhem, Mafia...and a Chinese Woman? Brian Cox reveals how much of his crime novel is based on his true-life experience as a police intelligence expert in China...more»
Jo Gan's “Life Behind the Wall...”
Wondering about moving to China? Jo Gan left behind her corporate job in the USA for a new life in China...more»
Discover the wisdom of your face with Chinese face reading
Author Jean Haner
discovered the Chinese art of face reading after marrying into a very traditional Chinese family.
What if your partner’s face revealed the best way to dissolve any barriers between you?...more»
Six cures for any homesick Chinese girl
shares her perspective on dating a Chinese girl, meeting her parents, and reveals 6 strategies to help ease a Chinese girl's homesickness while she's outside of China...more »
Ben's Ultimate Chinese Meal
Ethnographer Ben Ross
shares his expert insights into Chinese
culture, dating and food - including his idea of the ultimate Chinese
Sipping Snake Bladders with Guy Delisle in Shenzhen
Artist Guy Delisle
gives you a taste of what it's like to live in China. Take a look at his humorous depictions of Chinese culture in his visual travelogue “Shenzhen”. (Version française.)