By Hedi Molnar
A new study of intermarriage between Jews and Asians prompts an examination of the status of Asian Jewish families.
By Heather Subba
Attending the baby shower of her sister-in-law helped the Heather understand the boundaries and exclusions created when different cultures and backgrounds meet.
By The Jewish Daily Forward
In this Q&A from the Seesaw, an engaged couple receives heavy questioning about their future kids from future in-laws.
By Rebecca R. Kahlenberg
News/advice article interviewing experts on intercultural and interfaith relationships on how to bridge differences in couples with partners from different cultures.
By Jeremy Caplan
A news article about the growing number of Jewish-Hindu intermarriages and the "HinJew" children that such relationships produce.
By Teresita Levy
Personal narrative and recipes by a Puerto Rican Jew-by-choice who developed a Kosher-for-Passover Easter dinner that would fit her traditions into a kosher home.
By Jack Botwinik
The personal narrative of a Jewish man who is married to an Oriental woman and is teaching his children about all of their heritage, speaking to them in Yiddish and Cantonese.
By Merri Rosenberg
News article on the collision of two phenomena: older Jewish women wanting children, and girls orphaned by China’s one-baby social policy.
Professional advice tips for making the seder more accessible to interfaith partners and families, compiled by InterfaithFamily.com.
By Helen Belitsky
Profile of a Hindu-Jewish interfaith family describing their sonís coming of age ceremonies--first the Thread Ceremony, and four days later, the Bar Mitzvah.