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FREE EBOOK ð EPUB Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother ê Stories of Loss and Love ↠ [Download] ➾ Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother: Stories of Loss and Love By Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Now in paperback one of the most stirring accounts oUsinesswomen midwives peasantswho whether as a conseuence of the single child policy destructive age old traditions or hideous economic necessity have given up their daughters Xinran beautifully portrays the extra birth guerrillas who travel the roads and the railways evading the system trying to hold on tothan one baby; nave young girl students who have made life wrecking mistakes; the pebble mother on the banks of the Yangtze River still looking into the dept This is a very interesting account of Chinese women during the revolution Their heartache particularly in relation to female babies who were Disgaurded Their place in society It should be read by everyone but be warned you will need tissues

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Hs for her stolen daughter; peasant women rejected by their families because they cant produce a male heir; and Little Snow the orphaned baby fostered by Xinran but confiscated by the state For parents of adopted Chinese children and for the children themselves this is an indispensable powerful and intensely moving book Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother is powered by love and by heartbreak and will stay with readers long after they have turned the final pa excellent

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Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother Stories of Loss and LoveNow in paperback one of the most stirring accounts of the lives of Chinese women since Wild Swans full of heart rending talesshocking simply tolda very powerful polemic The New York Times Book ReviewFollowing her internationally bestselling book The Good Women of China Xinran has written one of the most powerful accounts of the lives of Chinese women She has gained entrance to the most pained secret chambers in the hearts of Chinese mothersstudents successful b As an adoptive China Mom I found this book riveting and heart breaking I am glad that Xinran gave voice to the mothers in China who have relinuished their babies due to government policy and old family pressures It broadens the general explanations many of us were given as we went through the adoption process I've always told my daughter that her birth parents did not have the freedom of choice to keep her and we've talked about the familial economic and government pressures they faced I've also sent mental and spiritual messages to her birth mother around what we think is her birthday hoping she'll somehow feel the vibes reassuring her that our daughter is happy healthy and safe I have always given my daughter's birth parents the benefit of the doubt and thought of them as desperate not cruel and perhaps still yearning for her Now that my daughter is about to graduate college and will be free of the pressures of study thesis and classes I will offer her the choice to read Xinran's book if she wants to learn about the many possibilities of her birth story Thank you Xinran