• Zeyi Yang

Two Gay Chinese Dads. One Long and Winding Trip to Fatherhood.

eir journey starts in a country where gay marriage and surrogacy are illegal, and spans four years, two continents, and hundreds of thousands of dollars—all to get a kid of their own.

I published this 4,000-word narrative on Narratively, on the rising trend of gay men in China travelling to the U.S. to hire surrogates for babies. It was originally part of my Master's project at Columbia Journalism School,

You can read it here.

It was picked up and republished by several publications including The Guardian and The Week.