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February 2005

Click here for “Adopted kids catch up – in time, studies show” from the Montreal Gazette.

Click here for “Jewish parents of Chinese adoptees form group” from the Canadian Jewish News. Click here for “Lucky Family” from the Houston Citizen. Click here for “McAfees will adopt child from China” from the Clay County Democrat (AR).

Click here for “Year of the Rooster: Area adoptees celebrate Chinese New Year” from the Morris Daily Herald (IL). Click here for “Single women choose motherhood by adopting Chinese girls” from the Grand Rapids Press (MI).

Click here for “New year, life for Chinese adoptees: FCC chapter hosts event to connect kids with their heritage” from the Billings Gazette (MT).

Click here for “In adoptive families, siblings sometimes struggle” from the Boston Globe. Click here for “Adoptees celebrate Chinese culture” from the Oneonta Daily Star (NY). Click here for “Parents fight for citizenship rights for adopted Chinese daughter” from Associated Press. Click here for “Adopting and adapting: Americans point to an evolving nation as they […]

Click here for “Local families learn about ancient Chinese customs: Members of the local Families with Children from China celebrate the new year–and the way their families were brought together” from the Fredericksburg Free Lance Star (VA). Click here for “Today starts a new year for Asian-Americans” from the Chicago Daily Herald.

Click here for “Let adopted kids stay connected” from the Cincinnati Enquirer. Click here for “An unlikely bundle of joy: Despite special medical needs, little girl is her adoptive family’s sparkplug” from the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Click here for “Agency focuses on finding homes for young Chinese” from the Salt Lake Tribune.

One adoption agency verifies that yesterday they received Chinese adoption referrrals for DTCs up to August 19, 2004.

Click here for “New year, old traditions: U.S. parents of Chinese-born children adopt a culture as well as a baby” from the Princeton Packet (NJ). Click here for “Three years later, ‘storm’ keeps things interesting” from the Nashua Telegraph (NH).