By Jeff Gammage
Inquirer Staff Writer
For years, as American parents toted their adopted Chinese daughters to dragon fairs and New Year’s banquets, they wondered: Will these girls eventually try to band together on their own? And if so, when?
The answers: yes, and now.
For the last few months, a 29-year-old Southern California adoptee named Jennifer Jue-Steuck has traveled the world, forging connections to create the first organization run by and for Chinese adoptees, nearly 62,000 of whom have come to the United States over the last 15 years.