A letter to my Chinese adoptee brothers and sisters who are

A letter to my Chinese adoptee

Hi my sisters and brothers
My name is cherry. I am an adoptee .I am a Chinese. My Chinese name is yan menghui. I am you're a Chinese sister of our adoptee family.
I was born in 1989 August 3rd, and I was adopted by my current family when I was five days. Unfortunately I cannot prove it because I have no document about it.

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Looking For Children of "uncle Sun"

Looking For Children of "u

"Uncle Sun" has too much heat. He cannot keep his babies around so he must let them grow up in the human's world. Only this way can the babies have a better environment to grow up in. This way," Uncle Sun "cannot be with his babies during their childhood. So, he made a promise:
"My dearest children, please understand all things that I've done for you because I love you so much.
You will have everything there is like all other children in this world and grow up just like a regular baby.

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What it is like to be adopted in China

What it is like to be adopted i

I was adopted in China when I was 5 days old.
I was passed to several families then finally settled down with this one.
I have a brother who is 4 years younger than me, so we are not a one child family.
I also know it was a long and difficult process to get my brother legal just because of me.
I didn't know I was adopted until I was 17.

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  • about my "real birth story"

    i have fond my birth parents for just over 10years(cant believe time serious flys)
    the frist version of my adoption story i got was :after my dilivery in a little dark house(not in hospital). my birth mom didnt want to see me or touch me, they throw me in a transh can for a couple hours till i cried too loud they have to pack me home and hide me till someone wants me.they passed me down to a few families till i get to my current family.
    the second version was after i got my dilivery in a dark house , they kept me for 3days and there came a few visitors for adopting me. they were taxi drivers, famers,doctors ..... still i met my current grandma. adoption successed.
    they say "we have video to prove"!
    after years. they told me an other version. i was diliveried in a hospital.but called dead. so my birth parents dont have to pay a lot of money for a extro birth. at the same time my adoption family aready booked me before i was borned . so i was been transfer in the hospi

  • my suggestion for searching

    as a adoptee who have fond my birth family and a Chinese who works with the group which use to dilivery adoptees to different county from China. my personal suggestion with my experence and the fact i know for surching is :it is somtimes better to make voice than do the real search.
    make voice means trying to find a way in which the boilogical family can see how r u and what r u doing. if they also ready for searching they will pop up.
    save ur searching energy on something more important. like to make you a better person.
    your effort will not let u down
    how do we make vioce:
    for example
    we build a strong group in china to get attention. therefore we will have our own movie , own advertising, our own activities,our own fondation. we can make more sence by help eachother to be a better person and also feed back to the world.this way. we will our vioce
    like blind people making voice in china by professional blind massage
    adoptee can be professional

  • what i want to do for adoptees

    I'm Cherry; 28 year old girl from Peoples Republic of China. My life wasn't too different than the other chinese girls until I was 18. What changed my life was the truth called "adoption".
    From struggling within my own discovering experiences, I started to think about the status of adoptee children around the world. After connecting with adoptees from other countries and understanding their difficult situations I made up my mind to start this project.
    I've been studying in institutions and organizations specialized for adoptees in The United States, Australia, Spain, and Netherland. Now I'm trying to convert these methods for an adoptee organization in China.
    FCC (Families of Children from China) has invited me as a "big sister" for Chinese adoptees to exchange Chinese cultures in their workshops every year. My translated book "Adoption Healing", by Joe Soll, will be published by November 2017.
    I've already started my social media WeChat page and website during the h

  • Hi I'm Cherry

    I wish this website will be a start of national and international Chinese adoptee club
    In the future, I will upload more projects and activities for us. No matter where you are.
    We are brothers and sisters!
    My Facebook: yanmenghui0803@yahoo.com
    Wechat(cell phone/whatsApp): +86 18600127479
    My email: 329029130@qq.com
    Skype : Cherryyan0803
    Snapchat: Cherryyan2


A letter to my Chinese adoptee brothers and sisters who are

A letter to my Chinese adoptee brothers and

Hi my sisters and brothers
My name is cherry. I am an adoptee .I am a Chinese. My Chinese name is yan menghui. I am you're a Chinese sister of our adoptee family.
I was born in 1989 August 3rd, and I was adopted by my current family when I was five days. Unfortunately I cannot prove it because I have no document about it.
But
my growing up journey
of being with my adopted family
Knowing I was adopted when I was 17 trying to find my birth family finally find them talk to my birth family proved the truth of my story. Which is a story so complicated that I can probably write a novel about it.


Hui Niang Jia

HUI NIANG JIA meaning in English:
Once a girl in China was married they would move away from her parents home and in with their new husband. In China she was historically expected to behave like a wife generally being well mannered.

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