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Getting Woke With Mom

My mom came to the U.S. from Taiwan when she was seven. As an immigrant in the ’70s, she faced racism daily. So it’s puzzling to me when she makes highly questionable statements about other groups.

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Picking Up Where I Was Left Off

As I discover who I am, I want to know more about where I came from. I have a unique story. This is because I am adopted. I am interested in why my parents chose to adopt. I wonder whether other adopted children have the same experience as I do.

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(Pierre Pouliquin)

My Identity

I feel alienated because I cannot speak Mandarin. It’s frustrating when I can’t communicate with my family in China. I often feel out of place when I can’t take part in the conversations.

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