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20 Single Rich Chinese Girls Seek Perfect Match in Silicon Valley

20 Single Rich Chinese Girls Seek Perfect Match in Silicon Valley

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

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At least 20 single rich Shanghai ladies are coming to Silicon Valley to schmooze with millionaires here in the valley in hopes of buying into a life-long partnership – marriage.

The ladies had to pay up 28,512 yuan (nice round number) up front to a match-making outfit for a shot at finding love in the United States.

Additional qualifications:

1. 500,000 yuan in their bank account

2. a good education

3. well-paying job

4. their own real estate

The job, the bank account, and the real estate also serve as an incentive to return to China…else wise, they would have a very difficult time getting a visitors visa to the U.S. I still wonder how they could acquire a visa.

The boys on this side of the pond are Chinese men from mainland China who have found it difficult to find an ‘appropriate’ partner.

Something tells me that a woman who is ‘rich’ enough to come looking for marriage, is still not the ‘appropriate’ partner.

But, it sounds like something a Shanghai girl would try.

Would you like to attend this match-making party?

Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.

Being in good hands with All-state, um, my daddy

Being in good hands with All-state, um, my daddy

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

The insurance companies will make a killing (and I thought they were here to protect us). With the new health care this and that happening insurance companies like All-State will surely have their hands out and in people’s pockets.

Island of SodorMe? I am in good hands with my daddy.

It’s magic to be sure. No matter where or when I fall asleep, I can always wake up in my bed.

How does that happen?

Just last night, my daddy and I went to the Island of Sodor. There was some sad state of affairs – can’t remember, I was too sleepy – but Thomas was there and I knew it would all work out somehow. But before I knew it, it was morning and I woke up in my bed….again.

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A Lesson I Learned from My Writer Dad — Hang in there

A Lesson I Learned from My Writer Dad — Hang in there

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

The biggest lesson I learned from My dad, is to be stubborn with your passion, like, writing.

My father is a writer.

He was the chief editor of several magazines before he retired. Right now, he is just a writer, a full time writer.

To be honest, editor is a pretty decent job with a good pay, but all he loves, is writing. Even when he is the chief editor leading more than 20 journalists, he still want to conduct some interviews and write some articles on his own.

His soldiers consider my father as a democratic and dedicated boss, so that they all love him very much.

My father might be a really nice boss, but I know the biggest reason he is writing so many articles is because he is fascinated with writing.

And he is definitely a splendid writer, not just concluded by my biased daughter-to-father worship.His previous book has ranked as the best seller for more than half year, and a radio station bought his copyright to read his book in their most popular program. At the end of last year, the TV series based on his novel has began shooting.

Under his influence, I fell in love with writing since I was just a little girl. I keep writing diaries for more than 18 years. I wrote my first diary since I was 7 years old, when I really have not learned that much words.

I still remember that day I broke into my dad’s room. I was so proud of my 5-sentence article that I almost cried to my father, who sitting in front of his desk, writing a 2000-words social criticism article.

“Dad! I did it! I wrote an article!”

“Really? Marvelous! Come and read it to me!”

So I read out my diary loudly. It was actually super boring, I recorded a girl’s talk between my best friend and me.

But my dad’s face looked exactly like he was astonished by my talent.

“You know what? You are much more gifted than me!”

“So am I going to be a good writer as you are?”

“Of course! All you need to do is keep writing, my princess.”

I did follow his instruction. I started writing every day, literally. This is actually not that hard, because my dad is also writing every day.

At first, I just wrote about my plain daily life without any writing technique. Then my composite essays has been praised by my teachers. They read my essay during the class as a model and they all call me an excellent writer.

So here am I, still keep writing every day. I wrote a travel blog, Travel Around the World in 80 Seconds, for my business and it brings many traffic to my company’s web site.

You see, fathers are always our best source of discovering and learning. What is your lesson learned from your dad?

Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.

My daddy’s a King Kong-sized big monkey

My daddy’s a King Kong-sized big monkey

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

My daddy is a King Kong-sized big monkey and I have proof.

Last week he went missing. That happens sometimes.

Mommy said he went to eat a big apple. I am not sure why he had to go away for a few days to do that. But, it doesn’t matter because I trust my daddy.

Wilby in the Big Apple

While eating the big apple, a pear and lee (Ed: apparently) daddy and the oversize fruit did not agree.

The apple turned him into a

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