Emma Wexler sits down with MOCA to discuss her experience as a Vietnamese-American adoptee as well as the landscape and politics around transnational adoption in the United States. She explains her relationship to her adopted American family in addition to how her race and ethnic heritage played a role in her early childhood experience. She delves into the historical background of transnational adoptions and the impact of the spread of COVID-19 and anti-AAPI sentiment on her and her community more broadly. She also elaborates on her experiences within the adoptee activist community and some of the big issues that she finds with the current system of adoption.