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May
18

News From Chinese Marriage USA

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Community Member Creates a Blog

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Blog Post

At China Marriage 101 Community, members can create their own blog. A good place to share their stories about marriage in China and the process of getting their spouse to the United States.

One of our members  from Dayton Ohio wrote a blog post about his experience with China Marriage 101 and the support he received. I want to thank Kent for the kind words. You can read his blog post at China Marriage 101 Community Magazine.

No Skype Group Call This Week

Next week we will have a group call-in on Skype. The Skype to Skype call-in is open to members. But, we need to get connected first.

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Group Call-In

How to be included on Skype Group Calls

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May
11

China Marriage 101 on Skype

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Tonight at 8pm Central time, we are going to have our first group conference using Skype. I got the idea after watching Xiaoying’s Bible study group use the feature.

This will be open to members at China Marriage 101 Community. If we are not already connected on Skype we will need to get connected after I give you the group ID. This will allow me to add your ID to the group call.

After we connect on Skype, I will call the group from my Skype dashboard. Try to get signed up before the conference.

If you don’t have Skype, it is a free download..http://www.skype.com/intl/en-us/get-skype/

For instructions, go to the “Forum” at http://chinamarriage101community.com and click “Announcements”.

Bring your question or just stop by and say hello to the group. Hope to see you tonight.

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China Marriage 101 Community

After years of developing friendships with U.S./Chinese couple we wanted a way to stay connected. Now, not only can we deliver information that can be up-dated on a moments notice, couples can stay connected for fellowship in the years to come.

The network format will provide members a means to share wedding, travel photos, and videos with each other. In addition, messaging, broadcast and IM, voice and video.

Groups Forums

China Marriage Visa Group – IR-1, CR-1, K-3, and Direct Consular Filing (DCF)
China Fiance Visa Group – Members filing K-1 Fiance Visas
Chinese Spouse/Fiance Support – Chinese members in the U.S. offering support and encouragement… Invite your loved one to join

Workshops

#1 Pre-Flight for Marriage in China

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"Chinese Women"

Chinese women meet in Nanning

On a trip to China this month, Xiaoying (center) spoke with other Chinese women awaiting immigration to the USA. In a newsletter sent to our friends and subscribers, we shared information to make it easy for spouses of U.S. citizens who are waiting for a visa to contact Xiaoying.

While my passion has been supporting U.S. citizens with their paperwork for registering for marriage in China, Xiaoying has enjoyed the friendships that have developed with their Chinese loved ones. At home in Wisconsin, Xiaoying speaks often, through email or live chat, to answer questions about immigrations and life in the USA.

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Recently, Xiaoying and I sent a special request to our U.S. subscribers who have traveled to China for marriage. We would both like to thank all of you for your response.

Also, many of you sent emails telling us you will be getting married in China in the months to come and will fill-out the survey at that time. We ask that you please do, as this information will continue to help our U.S. brothers who are first starting this journey.

As many of you know, current information is sometimes hard to find and discovering data from a group is more trustworthy then the information one may find by doing a Google search.

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Jun
03

Video on Chinese Weddings

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How important is a wedding to the Chinese. Have a look

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Recently, I received an email from Don D., one of our readers from Southern California. He asked if it were possible to put a button on the website for English to Chinese translation. He explained to me that his fiancee, Cindy, can read English slowly but, if she could read the information in Chinese, she could absorb it much easier and quickly.

I thought this would be a great idea for Chinese Marriage USA. Since it was close to St. Patrick’s Day, I sent out the WordPress Leprechauns in search of an English to Chinese translation plugin. When the little guys returned they brought back the translation tool you can now find under the date in each post and at the bottom of each comment. When clicking on the word translate, a drop-down box will appear. If you click on “Powered by Google” it will translate the whole page by using Google translate.

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