Caught Between Two Countries

Who am I? It's the question that dogs every teenager, but perhaps none as painfully as those adopted by parents of a different race and culture. For these teens, the search for identity is often not merely a matter of cliques or clothes or values, but a primal disconnect between nature and nurture: Am I the child of the parents who gave birth to me, or the parents who raised me? Am I here, or there, or somewhere in between?

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