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Susie Lawrence


 
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I felt very ambivalent about having my adoptive daughter learn Chinese. In the long term I know she’d really benefit from it, but selfishly I somehow didn’t want to feel left out. Thanks for convincing me!




Susie Lawrence, Canada (ML English, mL Mandarin Chinese)
 

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