Chinese-American B Mitzvahs

Jewish families who've adopted Chinese children are approaching another dramatic milestone in their lives: the kids are turning 12 and 13 and choosing to have B Mitz that, to varying degrees, incorporate both their Jewish and their Asian heritage.

The New York Times ran this fascinating account of one girl's journey.

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