Technically, Indians are Asian too. So this Beautiful Asian – Indian wedding of Mr. Teh and Miss Anbalagi and these unions are nothing new. In fact they are quite common all over the globe. I met one such couple at my children’s pediatrician’s office. The man was from India and his wife was Chinese. We had newborns and enjoyed watching the children grow into toddlers and preschoolers. I loved looking at these fabulous photos of JyTeh and Anbalagi.
Who knew that discussions and literature about zombies could spark a romance? Well that is what happened in the case of Allison and Amir, an absolutely lovely couple . I found their story on MunaLuchi Bride.
I am pleased to introduce a new blog called: Are Those Your Kids? Raising Biracial Kids In Today’s World. I was recently contacted by new blog owner Diedre Anthony. Her column is dedicated to raising biracial children. Here is an excerpt from this blog that has the potential to be a go to source for those raising biracial children.
Half and Halves, tells the story of Punjabi-Mexican intermarriages in California at the start of the 20th century.
California has long been a land of possibility. From the Gold Rush to the promise of fertile farmland, people from all over the world have flocked here for the chance at a new life. That has created some unexpected immigrant communities. One of those happened in the state’s Central and Imperial Valleys. In the early 20th century, Punjabi men came to the area, by way of Canada, to plant fruit trees, hoping to make their fortune in peaches and plums.
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