Foreigners Marrying Asian Women

I have been blogging for almost three years now and throughout these years, I have met a lot of people online and most of these are Filipina bloggers in the US or residing from other countries. Most of them got married to foreign nationals and has blogs as their way to communicate with family and friends here in the Philippines. Some of them use their blog to earn money like me.

Speaking of Filipinas married to foreign nationals, I have heard countless love stories on how they met their love of their life. Most of them started as pen pals, chat mates and met through friends who have been married earlier to foreign nationals too. While some of them became members of dating communities like those who allow foreigners the opportunity on meeting Asians online.

Cross-cultural marriages are a trend nowadays especially westerners marrying Asian women. I have seen a lot of white people here in our city and carrying their half-Filipino and half-American (or whatever nationality is the husband) children walking with their Filipina wives/mom.

As for me, I always thought of marrying a foreigner when I was younger but somehow it didn’t become my cup of tea. I married a Filipino and somehow (after all what we have gone through) I didn’t regret my decision. But guess what, my daughter who is still 10 years old has plans to marry an American “blonde” guy with blue eyes!! She is young but yet so descriptive about her taste already!! Hehehe…


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Comments

  1. Dubster says:

    Guilty as charge hehehe great post mars 🙂

  2. Winchester says:

    true love goes beyond race and differences in culture… if two people are really meant for each other di na importante sa kanila kung they are of different race, culture or religion…

  3. Eihdra says:

    When I was in college, I did have 2 relationships with foreign men both lasted for more than a year . Unfortunately, these men cannot comprehend the way we do things here and our values and respect for ourselves. I hope you get my drift,lol.. At that time, not only that I hoped to marry one but also have “blue eyed” kids,lol…

    What matters is the genuine love,respect and trust for each other. There are no boundaries in love, only everlasting love. 🙂

  4. vivapinay says:

    very well said.. race is not important.. its the love, respect and understand that counts!!

  5. marikoy says:

    Once, many years ago, while riding a jeep in Bacolod, there were two or three male college students talking to each other. I can’t forget what one of them said (yeah, I was sort of eavesdropping… hehehe). He said he wants to marry a white foreigner someday, so that he’ll have beautiful kids… and he’ll make them enter the showbiz. Lol!!!

  6. jeaneth says:

    I agree the saying love is blind or love can move the mountain I am also filipina married with a 10 years old younger caucasian man than me with 2 beautiful kids but even in my dreams I’m not expecting to married a foringer my plan only is to work abroad earn money then make a little bussiness in philippines. just of now all my sister already live and work here in europe

    regards to all my kababayan

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