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The Lost Daughters of China Chapter Summary & Analysis - Through the Chinese Looking Glass Summary

Karin Evans
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Through the Chinese Looking Glass Summary

Under the autumn moon, Karin reflects on her journey to find Kelly and thinks about the four hundred Chinese girls who will arrive in America this month. Karin also thinks about the market where Kelly was left and now views that event not so much as abandonment but as a delivery to safety.

Undoubtedly, the trend of abandoning female children will continue until China lifts its one-child policy or until a pension program is implemented, and the extreme importance of having male children is lessened to a reasonable perspective. Karin continues her research on the topic and discovers that people in China do not speak out about the huge number of girl babies leaving every month. The female exodus is viewed as a necessary means to economic success.

There is evidence that the one-child policy may be fading as...

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