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April 8, 2012


It seems like a very innocent question, “when’s your birthday?”  and yet, for me, this always causes a hiccup.  When I met my birthmother, it was then I learned that I had another date.  Not to be confused by the whole, one year older in Korea or the Lunar New Year making one a year […]

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