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Ten chapters ten women and many stories of heartbreak including her own Xinran once again takes us right into the lives of Chinese women and their lost daughters Whether as a conseuence of the single child policy destructive age old traditions or hideous economic necessity these women had to give up their daughters for adoption others were forced to abandon them on city streets outside hospitals orphanages or on station platforms and others even had to watch their baby daughters being taken away at birth and drowned Personal immediate full of sorrow but also full of hope this books sends a heart rending message to Chinese girls who have been adopted to show them how things really were for their mothers and to tell them they were loved and will never be forgotten An amazing book an incredible story or stories not stories but true life It is so very hard to believe it still goes on today It has stuck with meI am now reading another book of hers sky burial

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Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother Stories of Loss and LoveTen chapters ten women and many stories of heartbreak including her own Xinran once again takes us right into the lives of Chinese women and their lost daughters Whether as a conseuence of the single child policy destructive age old traditions or hideous economic necessity these women had to give up their daughters for adoption others were forced to abandon them on city streets outside hospitals orphanages or on station platforms and others even had to watch their baby daughters being taken away at birth and drowned Personal immediate full of sorrow but also full of hope this books sends a heart rending message to Chinese girls who have been adopted to show them how things really were for their mothers and to tell them they were loved and will never be forgotten 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

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DOC ↠ READER Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother ☆ Stories of Loss and Love ✓ EYLTRANSFERSERVICES ñ ❴Download❵ ➽ Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother: Stories of Loss and Love Author Join or create book clubs – EyltransfTen chapters ten women and many stories of heartbreak including her own Xinran once again takes us right into the lives of Chinese women and their lost daughters Whether as a conseuence of the single child policy destructive age old traditions or hideous economic necessity these women had to give up their daughters for adoption others were forced to abandon them on city streets outside hospitals orphanages or on station platforms and others even had to watch their baby daughters being taken away at birth and drowned Personal immediate full of sorrow but also full of hope this books sends a heart rending message to Chinese girls who have been adopted to show them how things really were for their mothers and to tell them they were loved and will never be forgotten The misery and guilt of the women in these stories is palpable I felt a range of emotions when reading from anger at the system which creates an almost impossible situation for poor women who have female babies frustration that women let it happen and indeed collaborate to heart wrenching sympathy for the women The introduction is bit dry and informatively written but then it is necessary to understand the context The stories themselves are well told and the author deals sensitively with this complex and emotional topic