A fascinating story about a Caucasian man adopted and raised in China with Chinese adoptive parents. This link will take you to the page, scroll down about halfway. The story is titled, My Country, My Destiny.
the 64-year-old man seemed more Chinese than American, the only difference was
that his nose was not so Chinese, and his eyes were much paler than most. When
he spoke, however, it was pure Mandarin with a strong Beijing accent.
But Zhang Ning is indeed American. His biological parents were
American Flying Tigers, stationed in China during World War II. But he
was brought up in China, by a Chinese general in a Chinese family. It was his special identity, as a “Baby Tiger,” that has given Zhang Ning an extraordinary destiny.
…Although there has not been any progress towards solving his mystery in
the past few years, Zhang expects the truth will someday be revealed.
“I’ve always felt that I lacked a sense of belonging, ever since I was
a little boy,” he explained. “So I really want to find my roots, my
real identity, during my lifetime.”