Kids Like Me In China Vocabulary
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  • Kids Like Me in China Vocabulary
  • China
    • A country in East Asia, the third largest and with the largest population in the world.
  • Safe
    • Protected well, not in danger.
  • Scared
    • The feeling of being afraid of something.
  • Take care of
    • Keep someone safe and give them food, clothing, and other things they need.
  • Visit
    • Go to see.
  • Adopt
    • Take other people's child legally and take care of her/him as one's own.
  • Birth parents
    • Mom and dad who give birth to the child.
  • Caregiver
    • The person who takes care of children with no parents.
  • Chinese American
    • American citizens who have Chinese ancestors.
  • Complex
    • Complicated, not simple.
  • Connection
    • The social link between people.
  • Decision
    • A conclusion reached after thinking about it carefully.
  • Determined
    • Being very firm to do and finish something.
  • Orphanage
    • A place where children have no parents live together.
  • Province
    • Like state in the USA. Some countries are divided into provinces.
  • Raise
    • Bring up a child.
  • Abandonment
    • Giving up a child completely
  • Biological
    • Related by blood.
  • Community
    • A group of people sharing common characteristics, interests, goals, religions, or attitudes.
  • Disruption
    • Ending of adoption.
  • Kin
    • One's family and relations.