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‘Satellite babies,’ born in the U.S. to immigrants but raised in China until coming back for elementary school, often face difficulties with family and other students

1 week ago
any Chinese immigrants don't have enough money to raise their babies in the U.S., so they have family in China take care of them until they are ready to start school. A Harvard psychologist studying the phenomenon says that nobody knows the exact prevalence and states, "Anytime you eat at a Chinese restaurant in Chinatown, it's likely that somebody in that restaurant has a child who is in China at the moment."




By Lucas Niewenhuis