Adopted Chinese girls explore heritage, identity

03/24/2006 | NYTimes.com

As the vanguard of more than 55,000 Chinese children adopted since 1991 navigate their teenage years, many are grappling with issues of racism, ignorance and cultural identity in their new American homeland. The children, almost all of them girls abandoned because of China's one-child policy, typically have white, upper middle -class parents.

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