The Straits Times - 'I want to visit China': Adopted children seek to find their roots as they come of age by Cheng Wei
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Pamela A. Karanova - 100 Heartfelt Transracial Adoptee Quotes that Honor the Truth of Adoption by Pamela Karanova
Shelley has had the pleasure of being a guest on the following podcasts. In each episode, she shares about her thoughts and/or experiences as a transracial adoptee. If you'd like to listen to any of them, click on the photo and it will take you to the podcast episode page!
Episode 9. Our Thoughts: One Child Nation ft. Shelley Rottenberg
Episode 57. Experiencing an "In-Between" Identity
In this episode, we look at Impostor Syndrome through the lens of personal identity. Shelley Rottenberg shares her powerful story as a transracial adoptee. Born in China and raised by a single Jewish mother in Canada, Shelley talks about not feeling “Asian enough” or “Jewish enough” and how she continues to find peace.
Episode 10. An Interview with Shelley, and International Adoptee from China to Canada
On Episode 10 of the Adoptee Thoughts Podcast, Shelley, and host, Melissa Guida-Richards discuss the intricacies of being an international adoptee, the benefits of having an adopted sibling, and the experience of being raised by a single mom.
Episode 35: Our Thoughts on Found, ft. Shelley Rottenberg
In this episode, Aimee and Alia are rejoined by Chinese adoptee, Shelley, to discuss their thoughts on the documentary, Found , available on Netflix. Along with the emotions this documentary provoked, they share how Found has impacted their views on DNA testing and the possibilities of them attempting their own birthparent search.