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"This is a powerful and important read for all. The adoptee's voice is all too often silenced, and it can literally be life or death for some to be heard and seen." Amazon Review
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AUTHOR & Historian, Janine Myung Ja (재닌 명자)
Artists & Activist, Lisa Wool-Rim Sjöblom (정울림)
A Gripping Memoir of Adoption and Twin Sisters' Search for Their Roots...
A Peek Inside International Adoption
"The narrative voice is powerful and clear, and the prose is good. The Search for Mother Missing: A Peek Inside International Adoption asks important questions related to the rights of children adopted internationally, explores the challenges they face, and the anguish of being disconnected from one's true parents. It is poignant, insightful, and gripping, filled with humanity." - Christian Sia
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Janine Myung Ja Searches for the Truth About Korean Adoptees...
For Janine Myung Ja and her sister, Jenette, these are not imaginings but everyday life. Adopted into the United States from Korea when they were very young, the two women have next to no information about their original family and very little detail about the circumstances of their adoption. In order to answer her own questions and those of other adoptees not only from Korea but around the world, Janine has spent years researching the questionable practices of adoption agencies. She has written books on the topic and formed a support network for those in similar situations.
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"Powerful voices and experiences of Korean adoptees worldwide. This is an important work for adoptees on their journey toward empowerment and anyone wishing to glimpse into the diverse and often painful experiences of Korean Adoptees."Amazon Reader