December 19, 2010/ Frances Kai-Hwa Wang/ Voices of Adoption RainbowKids.com: AML
I once had a Jewish housemate who explained the different types of silverware her family needed to keep kosher — one set for meat, one set for dairy, and one set of disposable chopsticks for Chinese take-out. She also described how Jewish people go out for Chinese food on Christmas day because Chinese restaurants are always open (and back then, the only other people not celebrating Christmas). I never knew how critical my culture was for her culture.
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Voices of Adoption RainbowKids.com: AML: Will you have a Kung Pao kosher Christmas? - The importance of your child's Chinese heritage at Christmas
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