Usually when I write about multicultural relationships, I focus on the positive aspects. It is so fantastic, I write, to have a partner from a far flung land, to learn about a new culture up close and personal, and to create a cultural mosaic within your relationship that takes the best bits and pieces from [...]
Bert Martinez, host of Money for Lunch, interviewed me yesterday from Houston, Texas. The whole show is interesting or go to minute 42:38 to hear my segment on what I need to keep writing …
Rosetta Stone, the language learning programme, asked me about the role language plays in GloLo relationships. Like most things GloLo, language differences can be frustrating, funny and fun. Read the full interview here: Valentines Day_RosettaStone_Feb2013
Often I am asked about the best cultural combination for a GloLo relationship, a question to which there is no definitive answer. It really depends on the couple. The degree of affiliation you have to your culture, religion or ethnicity will make you more or less flexible and adaptable in a multicultural relationship. It’s true [...]
Join us at the Munich Readery on Saturday, December 1 at 19:00 for a special reading and panel discussion on self-publishing. Author-participants are: Saskia Akyil – Secrets of a Summer Village Wendy Williams – The Globalisation of Love Carolina Veranen – Mint Tea to Maori Tattoo!