Hi, everyone. Just now I happened to have read at the very beginning of an online article written by an American lady who is married to a Chinese national the following sentence: Me and my Chinese boyfriend have been dating over a year. This sentence reminded me of a Chinese speaking and writing contest held by the Education Office of the Chinese Embassy in Belgium and Belgian Chinese Language Teachers Association in Brussels in 2008. The topic for the contest was "China and Me". My question is, why do we here in these two cases use "me" instead of "I"? Can we say either "me" or "I" in these two situations? By the way, obviously, there is a difference between these two phrases: "Me and my Chinese boyfriend" is the subject of the sentence, while "China and Me" is the title of a speech or essay. If the two are used as the object of a verb or preposition, it is normal to have "me" used rather than "I". But neither of them follows any verb or preposition. And this is why I've got this question. Please help me. Thanks.