The State We're In, 14 July 2012. A Korean woman raised in the US finds out she isn’t who she thought she was. An adopted man in the UK decides never to find out who his biological father is. And a man in Palestine discovers that he may have been switched at birth with another baby.
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Just after the Korean War, Cha Jung Hee was adopted by an American family. But deep down, she knew that wasn’t her real name.
She tried to ignore it and did for years – until she came across some photographs of another "Cha Jung Hee".
When she found out that wasn’t who she really was, Deann Borshay Liem travelled to Korea to find out the truth.
Help support her current film, Geographies of Kinship - The Korean Adoption Story at Kickstarter.
Steven Gauge has two fathers, but only one who matters – the man who raised him.
Unlike many adoptees, he’s just not interested in knowing anything about his biological father because he believes what makes a real dad is shared experience, not shared DNA. View photos.
Steven blogs at Gauge opinion.