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8 Responses

  1. Kathy Patton

    Our daughter is from China. I’d love to learn more.

    • Wes Radez

      Hi Kathy,

      Thanks for stopping by!

      I would love to help — please let me know if there are any topics you’d like to start with or questions I can answer.

      Wes

  2. saw your site on hapa mama blog and really like it! I am mom to a wonderful daughter adopted from Guangdong Province and we are always looking for special ways to incorporate and celebrate Chinese culture…great site!

    • So wonderful, Sharon! It sounds like you’re doing a lot to support your daughter and I really appreciate your interest in the site. Please check back frequently. I’m really working hard to make this a valuable resource for families like ours. ~Wes

  3. Wes,
    Thanks for putting this together. I am a Chinese-American who didn’t grow up with a lot of Chinese cultural influences as my parents were too busy working in a Chinese restaurant. I grew up not being too proud of my Chinese heritage given the racism I endure as a kid. Now that I have a half-Chinese son, I want him to be proud of his heritage and I am learning as much as I can through your superb website. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.

    • Alberto, your comment made my day. I’m so glad that I’m able to help you and your family. Thank you for the kind words and please let me know as we go along if there are additional resources you think would be useful on the site. ~Wes

  4. Hello Wes, your site is a wonderful rare resource for those of us caught between two worlds. It’s not only informative, but easy to navigate–and your kind replies to questions is a lovely touch! I’d like to humbly suggest a post about Chinese American funeral traditions. Definitely a sad topic, often straddling American and Chinese traditions, but speaking from experience, it is helpful to know what to expect when attending one. For example, the white funeral envelopes. Just a thought. I look forward to your future posts either way! Many thanks!

    • Thanks for your kind words, Scout, and welcome! I’ll add your suggested post to my list. Will look forward to “seeing you around the site.” Please continue to share your ideas and experiences. 🙂 ~Wes

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