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In Lockdown With My White In-Laws

Frankie Huang evacuated Shanghai and moved to the U.S. to live with her husband’s New England parents. Here’s how it’s going.

A photo of an Asian woman in the kitchen with her white husband and father-in-law.
Photo: 10'000 Hours/Getty Images

II met my in-laws for the first time just a couple days before I tied the knot with my husband five years ago. I remember being a little nervous about making a good impression, but I’ve been charming…




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Frankie Huang

Frankie Huang

Beijinger American changeling, Renaissance woman, feminist, storyteller, translator, strategist, illustrator. Encore Public Voices Fellow 2020 She/her

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