"Beyond Fan Dances and Tea Ceremonies"

Many adoptive parents focus on bringing aspects of their children's birth culture into their homes, from Lunar New Year celebrations to hanboks. But what about racial identity?

Celebrating birth culture is important in transracial adoption

The museum view of culture and heritage ignores the realities of life as a racial minority. But there is a middle ground.


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