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Over the past few years, many families have discovered that their child, adopted from China, has a biological twins, full and half sibling that also has been adopted. For this reason this group has been formed. On this group families can post photos of their children that have been adopted from Henan Province in hopes another family might see a resemblence to their own child.

This group is also a place to discuss issues which may arise as a result of finding a bio-sibling. While such a discovery is exciting, it is also of profound significance for our children, and there are many potential pitfalls and ramifications to consider. Thus, as well as a safe place to mutually share photos and adoption info, this group is intended as a secure place to explore issues surrounding sibling searches in
a sensitive and understanding way.





About Joining this Group:

Click the JOIN button. To protect Member privacy, new members must have adopted
from Henan, and must respond to an e-Mail asking basic qualifying questions.


FOR FASTER APPROVAL:

To speed the process, please list (in one string of words; Yahoo only allows you 200 characters) in the JOIN message box:

1.Your full name(s); 2.City of residence; 3.Name of SWI; 4.Original Chinese
name of child; 5.Date of adoption; 6. Name of adoption agency.



If you do this, and are approved, do not respond to the e-mailed questions.


Note: In accordance with the stated purpose of this group, it is a condition of membership that you agree to post photos of your child, taken at various ages, and to enter your child's particulars in a database.

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Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are not permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Not listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • All members can post messages.

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