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After making the film The Invisible Red Thread, it was clear that Vivian and Shuming were both bright and kind girls, with great potential in many ways. Throughout the documentary, we grew to knew our characters and now regularly keep … Continue reading
Xin nian kuai le, everyone! Get those firecrackers ready because February 19 marks the beginning of the year of the Sheep (Goat) – which means a nurturing, peaceful 2015. How are you celebrating? Here is to a year of joy … Continue reading
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
It seems few of China’s young couples are looking to take advantage of the country’s new & looser one-child policy rules. A few months ago, we blogged about the easing of China’s one-child policy to allow only-child couples to have … Continue reading
On November 3rd, the FCC organization of Middle Tennessee will screen our film, “The Invisible Red Thread” at the Bellevue Church of Christ in Nashville. The non-profit organization, with an aim to serve and support families in all stages of … Continue reading
What happens when an 18 year old American girl adopted from China returns to her birthland to spend summer vacation living with her recently discovered biological parents? That’s the situation of “Ricki’s Promise”, a new feature length documentary. The … Continue reading
Update: We heard from organizers that over 200 people had the chance to watch our film, The Invisible Red Thread over the course of the Labour Day weekend. A huge thank you to the Chinese Heritage Camp in Colorado! From … 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
On November 15, 2013 news was finally confirmed that China’s One-Child Policy was no more. With the interest of our Invisible Red Thread blog readers in mind, we wanted to explore how this recent decision may impact those who still … Continue reading