Nicole Chung

author of “All You Can Ever Know”

author of “All You Can Ever Know”

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Nicole Chung was adopted by a white Catholic couple from rural Oregon. Her parents told her that her Korean birth family had wanted to give her a better life.

Nicole Chung’s search for her birth parents and what she learned about transracial adoption

Nicole Chung was adopted by a white Catholic couple from rural Oregon. Her parents told her that her Korean birth family had wanted to give her a better life.

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