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In recent years and despite the 1993 passage of the , there have been numerous suspicions and controversies regarding child trafficking and whether or not the status of these Asian children as orphans is valid.
Allegations involving many countries of origin include instances when children are kidnapped outright, or taken from their families through fraud or coercion, or when mothers have been paid money (or given non-monetary incentives) to relinquish custody of their children for adoption.
The vast majority of these Asian adoptees have been and continue to be girls and this has led to one of the criticisms surrounding such Asian adoptions.
Specifically, many people (not just Asian Americans) feel that because of centuries of deeply-ingrained patriarchy and discrimination against women, these Asian countries continue to systematically value the life of a girl much less than that of a boy.
As critics argue, the result is that when there are too many girls being born, they are too quickly considered "excess property" that needs to be disposed.
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Various economic, cultural, and demographic factors have contributed to this phenomenon. and other western countries include large numbers of couples who are unable or unwilling to conceive children themselves have created a demand for overseas adoptees. S., the number of children available for adoption, especially infants, has dropped considerably in recent decades and has also led many prospective adopters to look at Asian children. Studies tell us that for example, of the 265,524 orphan visas granted by the U. State Department between 1948-2000, 92,402 of them (34.8%) went to children from South Korea.
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But is one of the most preferred ways to meet other singles.
Many claim that's the reason why so many Asian girls are adopted each year.