Cambodia: About the Country
Introduction :: Cambodia Background: Most Cambodians consider themselves to be Khmers, descendants of the...
Parents should expect difficult school assignments. So be prepared! I can't do my homework tonight. My teacher told me to look at both my parents and decide which one of you gave me my brown eyes and which gave me my red hair. And then I'm supposed to look at Josh and see what traits we have in... Are You Looking At Me?
It was a mini-reunion away from China. Recently, my husband Ed, our daughter Sarah Zheng-Kang and I had supper together at Betty's Restaurant in Blue Springs, Mo. Our dear friends, Dale and Janice Christopher and their 20-month-old Chinese daughter, Christy Joy, met us there. Christy Joy has... LDS Articles & Stories
We’ve compiled stories and articles from the Ensign & Friend about adoption. International Who Will Adopt a Dying Child? - Korea, special needs adoption The Parents You Have Not Known – Korea, search and reunion The Christmas Baby - Korea adoption The More the Merrier -...
The Great News
October 31, 2012, 5:11 am
I have been following the comments of a reader from this blog and find myself very confused this morning. In the past, I have read on both the United States Intercountry Adoption website and the Joint Council websites where Korea has declared its desire to phase out its need for intercountry... Adoption Remains Open
August 29, 2012, 7:18 pm
I have heard absolutely nothing on the front of Korean adoption. This is actually a good thing because it signifies that the rumored closing of the intercountry adoption program has been held off for now. Though the United States adoption website continues to caution that Korea is looking to... Korean Adoption at a Standstill
September 29, 2012, 3:09 pm
I am so happy to tell you that adoption from this country remains open. For over a year, I have been telling you that adoption from Korea was going to close. This is still supposed to happen. Korea is working toward moving all of their adoption needs being met incountry. When this occurs, they...
Are You Looking At Me?
It was a mini-reunion away from China. Recently, my husband Ed, our daughter Sarah Zheng-Kang and I had supper together at Betty's Restaurant in Blue Springs, Mo. Our dear friends, Dale and Janice... A Reunion Revisited
In July of 1999, Suzanne was reunited with the Korean birthfamily she never thought she'd meet. Most amazingly, she was reunited with the identical twin sister she had never known.In the... Eternally Grateful
I am a Korean-American adoptee and this is my story. Until recently I have never cared to know much about my adoption, but I'll address my recent interest later. I have never asked for details about...