Our E-Magazine offers a wide variety of topics where members are able to have their voices heard.
Chinese adoptees of all ages are more than welcome to submit any original pieces, whether it be artwork or writing. Each of our issues center around one theme.
What is it?
↠ Overview of CCI & our programs
↠ Features member artwork & writing
↠ Opportunity for external resources to share their work
Meet our Spring 2018 E-Magazine Team
I’m Harvest Keeney. I was adopted from Deyang (Sichuan Province) when I was fourteen months old. I grew up in a very small city located in California’s central valley.
Reflecting on my identity as a Chinese American adoptee did not surface till my senior year of high school. It was then that I began to think more about the complexity of my story and its influence on my life.
Currently, I am a freshman at UC Santa Barbara, aspiring to major in Film and Media Studies and minor in Asian American Studies. With whatever career that I take in the future, I hope that I can help to further Asian representation in the media, and also bring more awareness to adoption and its multidimensional aspects.
Anna Atoria is a second year Adelphi University MFA candidate specializing in fiction. She also writes poetry and essays. Born in Nanning and adopted at seven months old, she often writes about her life as a Chinese-born, but Italian and Polish-American raised girl and adoptee.