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November 2004

Click here for “A rewarding option: Foreign adoptions on the rise in the U.S.” from the Traverse City Record Eagle (MI).

Click here for “Counting their blessings: Surprise family addition gives couple one more reason to give thanks this year” from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Click here for “Adoptive mother starts new tradition” from the Danbury News Times (CT). Click here for “Small family’s big blessing” from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (NY).

Click here for “What color is your hair?” from the Houston Chronicle. Click here for “China: A nation of contrasts” from the Quincy Herald-Whig (IL). Click here for “Through the Looking Glass: Caitlin Brackett Meets Her Identical Twin” from the Boothbay Register (ME). Click here for “ISU professors to adopt baby from China” from the […]

Click here for “Why do some internationally adopted children excel while others struggle?” from the Medical News Today.

Click here for “Students help area family embrace Chinese heritage (Chinese adoption related) from the St. Cloud Times (MN). Click here for “The graying of adoption: Some couples choose a child at a time when others choose retirement” from the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin (NY). Click here for “Chinese girls fills couple’s empty nest” from […]

Click here for “Couple adopts abandoned Chinese infant” from the Paris News (TX).

Internet bulletin boards are reporting Chinese adoption referrals are being received today. Appears to be all of May 2004 DTC.

Click here for “A bundle of joy from China” from the Macon Telegraph (GA). Click here for “Watching A 6-year-old Learn Painful Lessons Of Racism”, a Chinese adoption related article from the The Day (CT).

Click here for “Adoptees meet world away: Two girls reconnect in Lafayette from orphanage in China” from the Lafayette Advertiser (LA). Click here for “From China With Love”, a Chinese adoption related article from the Jewish Ledger. Click here for “Sisters Linked in the Lab: Families are using DNA testing to establish if adopted children […]