I still can’t cook a steak properly, and he still doesn’t get the concept of eating rice with the little side dish at the same time, instead of separately!
I guess it’s easier for us Asian to adapt to Western customs since we have early exposures to it (TV, music, media etc).Like Cory we spend all of our vacations visiting family on the other side of the pond and in Europe and I wouldn’t have it any other way.We would like the girls to have both passports which will give them the opportunity to be able to choose where they want to attend university and live. Reply A family that shares two cultures, two languages and two lifestyles is just so rich!Having a foreign husband means I can pick the things I enjoy from his culture and from my own, and integrate it all into our own, unique family culture.
And in my case, a Canadian married to a Spaniard, I’ve gratefully adopted the good food, great wine and Mediterranean sunshine.(I’m fluent in Chinese.) 4) When we went to Hawaii on our honeymoon, I got him to dress up in all sorts of loud Hawaiian prints…and on him, what that great skin, he actually looked cool! So many more ways to say I love you/Te Quiero/T’estimo. It has taken me a longer time to be accepted as multiculturally competent than if I had been born into another culture.