Luis Torres has not been able to see his children for a long time. They’ve been removed to foster care for six months. Now when they were allowed to come home, Mr. Torres was ordered to move out.
Since the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act was enacted in 1974, increasingly it is immigrant families who are losing their children to foster care due to the traditional way of child-rearing.
While the U.S. continues to pressure China on its currency revaluation, which became extremely desperate last week by the House’s passage of the bill on tariff imposition, it also casts a shadow over one community in its own land: Chinatown.