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China’s Abolishing Its One-Child Policy & What it May Mean for Potential Adoptive Parents Worldwide
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
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China’s One Child Policy To Change? A CBC Radio Documentary Investigates The Potential Impact
China’s One Child Policy is infamous around the world. It’s been a leading factor in the hundreds of thousands of girls adopted internationally from that country since 1991. But now a Chinese Foundation is urging the Chinese Government to change … Continue reading
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The Filmmakers Go to Camp!
Screening and Live Q & A at Chinese Cultural Camp in Vermont On Tuesday evening August 21, co-director Maureen Marovitch and co-producer David Finch are heading off to a very special summer camp. While they won’t be pitching a tent, … Continue reading
Calls for China’s One Child Policy to Be Eased
Researchers call for adjustments of the One-Child Policy (source: Bloomberg News) Since 1979, an undocumented number of infants and small children – numbering at least in the hundreds of thousands -were abandoned or given away in China as the result … Continue reading
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