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The Dragon Tribe: A Guide for Parenting in a Chinese Adoption
by:Beckett Franklin Gray
The Dragon Tribe is an education workbook for Chinese adoptive families. It covers the adoptive family wellness topics of historical origin, racial identity, attachment, adoption history, life books, educational scholarships for Asians, books, and documentary film resourcing. Each chapter includes a workbook page for adoptive parents in preparation for...
The Dragon Tribe is an education workbook for Chinese adoptive families. It covers the adoptive family wellness topics of historical origin, racial identity, attachment, adoption history, life books, educational scholarships for Asians, books, and documentary film resourcing. Each chapter includes a workbook page for adoptive parents in preparation for their child's adoptive life book. "A resounding truth is forever blazon on the hearts of adoptees, the story of birth origin. As an adoptive parent, it is said that one of the primary ways to strive towards well-being in a family in the long run is to understand that reality." "At one point in the adoptive process the prospective parent asks themselves the question, "Why are there parentless children in China?" It isn't long before we realize that the answer lies in a millennium of Chinese culture as well a half a century of modern PRC political policy."
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