The Lost Daughters of China - Study Guide From China with Love Summary & Analysis

Karin Evans
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Karin and Mark's trip to China is chaotic, noisy and surreal. Leaving just a few days after her father's funeral, Karin and Mark travel with several other people who had babies waiting at orphanages in the same area to which they are headed. In addition to their own clothes, the couple is instructed to bring many items for the baby, including regular and soy milk, sleepers, undershirts, two outfits and socks. It is also recommended that a transitional comfort object be included, and Karin decides on a plush Winnie the Pooh bear.

The adoptive entourage arrives in Hong Kong after a thirteen-hour flight and is whisked to a hotel, where they stay for a couple days to rest and acclimate to the changes. Max escorts the couples to a Chinese government office by bus to apply for adoption papers and encourages...

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