The lost daughters of China: abandoned girls, their journey to America and the search for a missing past
The memoir of an American mother of an adopted Chinese baby girl is a cultural history of the events that led to the controversial 1980 one-child policy in China and the subsequent generation-long abandonment of Chinese daughters to American families. 18,000 first printing.
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Review: The Lost Daughters of ChinaUser Review - Lara - Goodreads
The Lost Daughters of China is a book that addresses Karin Evans' experience adopting her daughter from China. While it is important enough with a lot of the history this book despite it being about ... Read full review
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Technically the book seems to be all over the place and I would say it's not well written in that sense. It reads like a bunch of letters or diary entries that were polished up, separated from one ...
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