Pathos: From A Filipino Adoptee: 21. →
jaye—b: Today was when I came into existence and you two brought me into this world. You left me for the greater good. Possibly for me to be led to this path to grow, learn, and to teach others. I have not forgotten who I am or where I came from. “Ang hindi marunong lumingon sa pinangalingan ay hindi…
Adopted Asian Americans →
Exploring racial identity amongst Asian American Adoptees. Asian adoptees face many challenges which are both similar and different compared to Asian Americans. These differences are of how they fit in within the lines of American Culture and finding their way back to their Asian ancestry.
A Coconut. Dark coffee colored, strong and an impenetrable outside along with a...– Introductory Paragraph Can Different-Cultured Children Assimilate into their Adoptive Families? Psychology 101 Professor Nandigama April 21, 2010
Adopted at an Older age
I was adopted at three and a half years old and lived in a foster family in the Philippines. I do recall vague memories from that period of my life. Not like dreams but just small clips of it. Old pictures help complete the sequence while the black and white print outlined on my Adoption papers tell half of my story since my birth. Unfinished but still being searched, the missing pieces to my...
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