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A recent article on News China points to the rarity of Chinese adoptees connecting with their birthparents later in life. Friend and Invisible Red Thread collaborator, Changfu Chang is quoted in the article. “Locating birth families in China is extremely … Continue reading
This Sunday there will be a special screening of The Invisible Red Thread at The Center for East Asian Studies at Kansas University at the Lawrence Arts Center. It will be followed by a panel discussion, with three specials guests: … Continue reading
Site for Girls Adopted from China to Share Their Stories: International Daughters of China Relaunches Its Website
By Sophia Loffreda Ainslie Winter has had this idea brewing in her mind for some time. Herself the mother of two adopted girls from China, she wanted to share a message, via the internet, with Chinese women and men who … Continue reading
Last week Invisible Red Thread co-director/ co-producer Maureen Marovitch was invited to the 2012 Minnesota Transracial Film Festival to show the film. After engaging in spirited Q & A with the audience after the screening, she caught several interesting films … Continue reading
Just two weeks before our TV broadcast premiere (more details next posting!) the two girls featured in our international adoption documentary continue to grow and mature on opposite sides of the planet. Here’s an update on each of them, and … Continue reading
This past weekend a sold-out crowd gathered at the S. Walter Stewart Library for a pre-broadcast screening of The Invisible Red Thread in Toronto. The audience was largely composed of parents and children who have gone through the adoption process. … Continue reading