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Children Who Wait

These Children Need Families

These Children Need Families

These and other children need adoptive families.

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Dear Readers

When Holt began working in China 20 years ago, most of the children placed for adoption were healthy, infant girls. Today, there is often a greater need for families to adopt boys.

Dear Readers

A message to our readers from Holt’s managing editor.

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Directions

A group of adoptees pose in front of the Temple of Heaven on Holt’s 2012 tour of China. Almost half of the adoptees featured in this year’s graduate issue are from China.

From the President: How Far They’ve Come

Celebrating the 2013 Holt graduates.*

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Feature Story

A group of Chinese adoptees in traditional dresses on the 2010 heritage tour of China. As most of the children placed in the 1990s were healthy, infant girls, tour participants are almost all girls. Paige Roberts stands second from the right in the back row.

A Generation Lost and Found

In 1993, Holt began placing children from China in loving families in the U.S. Here, our staff reflects on 20 years of international adoption and child welfare work in China — including the many Chinese adoptees who are now coming of age, graduating high school and beginning the bright futures […]

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Adoptees Today

Finding Peace in Hunan

Finding Peace in Hunan

During Holt’s 2013 heritage tour of China, adoptee Grace Fogland blogged about her experiences — including visits to her orphanage and finding site in Changde, Hunan. 

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From the Family

Life Belongs to Her

Life Belongs to Her

Holt adoptive parents Larry and Amy Soule reflect on the determination and strength of character that brought their daughter Rachel to her graduation day.

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From the Field

Dreaming Of Their Future

Dreaming Of Their Future

With the guidance of a Holt-supported networking group in Thailand, one struggling family begins to make smart decisions for their future.

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Adoptees Today

Seventeen years after they arrived in the U.S., the girls and their mothers reunite at Kathryn’s home in Minnesota. From left, Annie and Kay Detweiler, Sarah and Janelle Lutjens, and Kathryn Kaiser with her mom, Sheryl.

Coming Full Circle

Three Korean adoptees reunite for the first time since they came home to their adoptive families in the U.S.

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Children Who Wait

These Children Need Families

These Children Need Families

Please share their photos and descriptions with your family and friends to help find them the loving families they need and deserve.

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