Day in The Life of a Vietnamese Adoptee in Hanoi, Vietnam

Vietnam food: Day in The Life of a Vietnamese Adoptee in Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanna was adopted when she was 5 years old from Hanoi to the US. At the age of 26, she decided to return to Vietnam on her own to search for her birth family. She was able to reconnect with her roots, meet some of her family members, and is now a dual citizen of the US and Vietnam. She has lived in Hanoi for 3 years now and today we’ll see what her typical day in Vietnam looks like. She will share her story of finding her birth family, how is the life of a Vietnamese adoptee in Vietnam, the joys and struggles that she has had while being in Vietnam.

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