I Found My Family!

We are so happy to announce that this sweet girl has a family that is working towards bringing her home forever! We are incredibly excited for Lyla and her new family, and we can’t wait to follow her journey home. Congratulations from all of us at GWCA and CAN!

China Adoption – Special Focus

Since this precious girl’s file was considered Special Focus, our China matching specialists were able to advocate for her on our Waiting Child photo listing. Once her family had reviewed her file, they were able to submit their paperwork to be matched with her right away rather than having to wait until after their dossier had been submitted. All of the kids whose profiles are currently on our photo listing have the same designation of “Special Focus,” meaning families can be matched with them even if they’re just beginning the adoption process.

If you’re interested in learning how you can be matched with one of our Waiting Children, contact our matching specialists or visit our China adoption photo listing today!

Resources:

– Learn more about China adoption
– Visit the Waiting Child Photo Listing
– Contact a China adoption specialist!

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7 New Kids on the Block!

Meet Sage!

Sage is a sweet little girl from China who just recently turned 4 years old. Sage has Down Syndrome and appears to be doing well overall. Because Sage has Down Syndrome, her speech is delayed, but she can understand what her caretakers are saying to her and can follow simple instructions. Sage does not have any mobility delays, and she is a very active child.

Sage does a great job at completing self-care tasks such as getting dressed on her own and eating by herself. Sage gets along well with other children. She has a ready smile and is described as being a little sweetheart! Sage loves to jump and play, and she especially loves to dance with her caretakers!

If you would like to learn more about sweet Sage, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Leo!

Leo is a sweet 8 year old boy in need of a family to call his own! Leo was hosted in the United States during the summer of 2016 for a month and has made leaps and bounds since arriving! He has made incredible progress with his muscle strength, learning capacity, and English vocabulary.

He giggles often and has a big belly laugh that has brought a lot of joy to his host family. His host family describes him as incredibly adaptable and resilient. He has been able to adjust to any situation that he is given, and he has an incredible ability to develop trusting relationships with both adults and children. He loves his host brother and has made great connections with parents, grandparents, and neighbors. He is a loving and bright kiddo who has made a lasting impact on everyone he has met!

Leo’s medical need is unclear at this time based on the information provided from his orphanage. CT scans indicate that he has a brain need, but we are unable to get further information without a doctor’s consultation. Please reach out to us at GWCA to discuss this sweet kiddo’s needs further! He is a bright, smart boy who would be a wonderful addition to any family.

Click here to check out Leo’s videos!

Meet Fiona!

Fiona is a precious little girl from China who is 3 and a half years old! Fiona was born with Down Syndrome, and she seems to be doing well overall. Fiona knows how to walk and is saying some words. She is described as being cute and affectionate.

Although her speech is slightly delayed, communication does not seem to be an obstacle for her. Fiona understands instructions from her caregivers such as “sit down, stand up”, and she can point the position of “nose, eyes, and ears” on someone’s face. Fiona will kiss her caretaker’s face when she is happy.

If you would like to learn more about sweet Fiona, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Will!

Will is an amazing 9-year-old boy in need of a home to call his own. When he was brought to the orphanage, he was treated for a cytomegalovirus infection and hepatitis, but since that time he appears to be doing great overall! He has been living with a foster family since 2009 and is described as being very independent and helpful. He loves to assist his foster parents by setting the table, sweeping, and doing other daily chores. He can be very shy when you first meet him, but once he gets to know you he is very active and extroverted!

Will is currently in school and has taken classes in Chinese, math, fine arts, and physical education. He is a very active little boy who loves to run, jump, play sports, and play football! He also loves to paint and draw animals. He does very well in school, and all of his teachers and classmates love him. He is a smart, sweet little boy who would thrive with the love of a family. Please reach out to us at GWCA to learn more about him!

Meet Max!

Max is a precious little boy from China who recently turned 6 years old! Max was born with a clubbed foot, but he had surgery to fix it, and now he can walk normally like any other child. Max also has one testicle that hasn’t dropped yet, but that is fairly common and it will either drop naturally in the next few years, or a very simple procedure can be done to fix it.

Max is described as being an obedient, well-behaved, and outgoing child. He enjoys bath time, watching cartoons, and playing with other children. Max helps his nannies take care of the younger children in the orphanage. He can say many words and understand what others are saying to him. Max is said to be loved by everyone who meets him.

If you would like to learn more about Max, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Rory!

**AGING OUT** Rory is a sweet girl from China who is 13 years old. Rory will age out of the China adoption system in May 2018 if she is not adopted before then.

Rory lived with her birth parents until they both died in 2008. Rory then went on to live with her grandmother until she died in 2013. She lived with an aunt and uncle for a while, but when it was discovered that she had HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), she was forced to drop out of school. Rory’s aunt and uncle did not feel they could care for Rory because of her having HIV, so they decided to send her to the orphanage, and they signed off on allowing her to be adopted internationally.

Rory is now living in an orphanage with a program called Aids Care China, so she is receiving the care that she needs for her HIV. She has been taking anti-viral medication since September 2011.

Rory is overall in good physical condition. She is cheerful, sensible, extroverted, responsible, and helps take care of the other children in the orphanage. Rory is in 6th grade in school. She likes to sing, dance, paint and play sports.

If you would like to learn more about how you can adopt Rory, please contact the China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Caleb!

This precious boy’s name is Caleb, and he is 6 years old! His medical file states that he has autism, but Great Wall is working to learn more about this diagnosis. His caregivers describe him as independent, energetic, and introverted. He loves to play outside and will pull on his caregivers hand to come outside with him! He loves to smile and play with his caregivers. Please reach out to us at GWCA to learn more about Caleb!

Check out Caleb’s NEW video here!

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I Found My Family!

We are so delighted to announce that this sweet girl has a family that is working towards bringing her home forever! We are incredibly excited for Kaylie and her new family, and we can’t wait to follow her journey home. Congratulations from all of us at GWCA and CAN!

China Adoption – Special Focus

Since this precious girl’s file was considered Special Focus, our China matching specialists were able to advocate for her on our Waiting Child photo listing. Once her family had reviewed her file, they were able to submit their paperwork to be matched with her right away rather than having to wait until after their dossier had been submitted. All of the kids whose profiles are currently on our photo listing have the same designation of “Special Focus,” meaning families can be matched with them even if they’re just beginning the adoption process.

If you’re interested in learning how you can be matched with one of our Waiting Children, contact our matching specialists or visit our China adoption photo listing today!

Resources:

– Learn more about China adoption
– Visit the Waiting Child Photo Listing
– Contact a China adoption specialist!

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6 New Kids on the Block!

Meet Jude!

Jude is an incredible boy who will be turning 12 this October. He was born with mild cerebral palsy and muscle weakness of his legs, but with hard work and perseverance, he has learned how to walk without assistance! He is a brave, resilient boy who is described by his caregivers as being a child who “never gives up.” He wakes up one hour early every day so that he can practice walking for one kilometer!

He is incredibly intelligent and loves to study hard and learn. Jude is very independent, and he is able to use the bathroom without assistance and care for the younger children in his foster home. He is a sweet, kind, and caring boy who continues to have hope that his family will find him.

Jude is very ambitious and likes to say that he has several dreams that he hopes to accomplish! He wants to be a chef, an astronaut, a bicycle or motorcycle rider, a runner, and a doctor. He also is very hopeful that he will be adopted, saying that he hopes to be able to stay with a family until he is 100 years old. He sometimes becomes sad about the idea that he may not be adopted, and he says that he will “try very hard to be a good man.”

Jude is incredibly empathetic and loving to all caregivers and children he meets. A staff member took him to eat at a restaurant and he became sad, saying that everyone was able to eat at the restaurant except the waitress. He even asked the staff member if the waitress could eat with them! He also told the staff member that he did not want her to spend too much money on him, insisting that he only needed one steamed bun for lunch. He is a very thoughtful and tenderhearted boy who needs to find a family to call his own. Please reach out to us at GWCA to talk more about this incredible kiddo!

Meet Chloe!

This beautiful girl’s name is Chloe! She is 5 years old. Chloe’s file indicates that she may have autism, but GWCA is working hard to receive updated information. She is a sweet, loving girl who is described by her caregivers as being very sunny and active. When she is in an unfamiliar place, she becomes very close to her caregivers, indicating that she has attached very well to them.

She can speak small phrases and express her needs to her caregivers. She can follow simple instructions and loves to listen to music and play with toys. She has excellent fine motor skills and is able to grasp toys and items. She is an amazing girl who would thrive with the consistent care of a family. Please reach out to us at GWCA to learn more!

Click here to watch Chloe’s NEW video!

Meet Peter!

Peter is a precious kiddo who just turned one year old in August! Peter was born with a congenital heart defect and a brain need, but overall he appears to be doing very well! Peter is currently living with a foster family and has shown very healthy attachment towards his foster parents.

Peter is very curious and loves to explore new things! He can sit up without assistance and has excellent fine motor skills. He can call to his caregivers to express his needs and is able to say “ma”! He is a happy, bright kiddo who would thrive with the love of a family.

Please reach out to us at GWCA to learn more about Peter!

Meet Lorelai!

Lorelai is a lovely girl from China who is 11 years old! Lorelai is a healthy girl with no known special needs. Lorelai has many good friends and enjoys spending time with them. She is a generally happy girl with a good temperament.

Lorelai goes to a regular school outside of the orphanage and she has average grades in school. She does not like doing homework, so often times her caregivers have to help her finish it.

Her file is brand new and is from one of GWCA’s orphanage partnerships. If you would like to learn more about Lorelai, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Brandon!

This sweet 9-year old boy’s name is Brandon! Brandon has an extra finger on his right hand, and his left ear is slightly deformed, but he doesn’t appear to have any hearing impairment. He also has severe scoliosis, but he is able to walk without assistance!

Brandon is a kind, shy kiddo who is hoping to have a forever family soon. He was hosted by a family in the United States and had a amazing time! Brandon transitioned incredibly well with his host family and brought them a lot of joy and happiness. He has a sweet, infectious laugh that his host family loved! They describe him as kind, inquisitive, and helpful, saying that he has a very gentle spirit. Please reach out to us at GWCA if you’d like to learn more!

Check out this amazing video of Brandon!

Meet Luna!

Luna is a sweet little girl from China who recently turned 7 years old. Luna has lived with a foster family for most of her life and is very close with her foster mother. She is described as being beautiful and having a happy disposition.

Luna has a congenital cleft soft palate, which has not been repaired, and she is delayed in some areas because of this. She also has a hard time balancing sometimes. Luna is a brave girl, and she will seldom cry when she falls down. She has an outgoing personality and likes playing with other children. Luna has become a very good eater over the years and rarely gets sick. Luna can put on her clothes by herself and can speak in simple words and phrases.

Luna’s physical development has always been delayed compared to other children her age. She does have overall delays, but it is not entirely clear why. Her CT scan came back clear with no abnormalities. If you would like to learn more about Luna, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

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I Found My Family!

We are delighted to announce that one of the families in our China adoption program has begun submitting their paperwork to bring this little guy home forever. We are incredibly excited for Jorah and his new family, and we can’t wait to follow his journey home! Congratulations from all of us at GWCA and CAN!

China Adoption – Special Focus

All of the kids whose profiles are currently on our photo listing, including this precious boy, have the same designation of “Special Focus.” This means that families can be matched with them at any point in the process, making the adoption journey as a whole relatively quick!

We receive new children’s files each week, both from our orphanage partnerships and from the Shared List, which provides our families with the opportunity to review multiple files until they find a child that they feel would be a good fit.

If you’re interested in learning how you can be matched with one of our Waiting Children, contact our matching specialists or visit our China adoption photo listing today!

Resources:

– Learn more about China adoption
– Visit the Waiting Child Photo Listing
– Contact a China adoption specialist!

 

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6 New Kids on the Block!

Meet Zoe!

Zoe is a precious baby girl from China that just turned 1 year old. Zoe has been living with a foster family since she was 7 months old, and they are very attentive to her. Zoe has a ready smile and loves to be cuddled by her foster parents. She is babbling and can make many sounds.

Zoe can sit up and will reach for nearby toys. She has good hand-eye coordination and good hand strength. When she is playing on her mat, she will kick her legs a lot. Also, she is rolling over by herself now.

Zoe has post-operative myelomeningocele of lumbosacral lipoma type and post-operative tethered cord.

If you would like to learn more about Zoe, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Cole!

Cole is a precious little boy from China that just turned 2 years old. Cole is described as having a sunny personality and a ready smile. Cole was abandoned when he was a year old and was then placed in a simulated family at the orphanage, which is basically a foster family, but they’re just living in a small house or apartment on the orphanage grounds.

Cole is very close with his foster mother and enjoys spending time with her. He will imitate when she speaks to him and will make noises accordingly. If she calls his name, he will smile and hold out his arms for her to pick him up. Cole can follow simple instructions such as as “come give me a hug and kiss” and “put your shoes away.” He seems to have normal cognitive and developmental abilities for a child his age.

Cole does well socially and gets along well with other children. Cole’s favorite toys are balls, and he likes to toss them up and throw them. He has very good fine and gross motor skills. Also, he can walk on his own. Cole can pick up small objects, such as a piece of paper, and can then tear it with his index finger and thumb. Cole lives a relatively normal life.

He has CHD, specifically an aortic arch coarctation (mild), and right main bronchial stenosis.

If you would like to learn more about Cole, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Jade!

Jade is a beautiful little girl from China that just turned 5 years old. Jade was born with arms and legs that were malformed. However, after several successful surgeries and physical therapy, Jade can now walk on her own without assistance and can use her hands and arms normally. Her arms are a little shorter than some of her friends, but she can use them just fine.

Jade can feed herself and change her clothes by herself. She can draw lines, circles and a person. Jade can catch and throw a ball and loves to play outside. Her favorite toys are dolls and building blocks.

Jade is said to be very well cognitively and is on the same level as other children her age. She has good verbal skills and will ask “how” and “why” questions on her own initiative. She knows the difference between different colors, big and small sizes, and male and female. Jade is described as being shy and introverted. She is close with the other children in her class at the orphanage.

Jade was abandoned when she was just three days old and was placed with a foster family soon after. Because of her specific needs, when she was 4 months old she was sent to the orphanage, so she could get the medical care and the physical and occupational therapy she needs to thrive. She now continues to live at the orphanage and is developing well.

If you would like to learn more about Jade, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Meet Edie!

She is a precious 7 year old girl with Down Syndrome. Edie is a sweet, shy kiddo who is described as being very calm and kind. She loves music, dancing, listening to stories, and reading picture books!

Edie is able to communicate well with teachers and caregivers and can clearly follow instructions. She is shy but loves to play with other kiddos when they are laughing and having fun! She has excellent mobility development and can walk and run without assistance. She also has amazing fine motor skills and is able to hold pencils and paint her name and simple characters. She is an adorable kiddo who needs a forever home!

Please reach out to us at GWCA to learn more about Edie!

Meet Viola!

This beautiful girl’s name is Viola, and she is 5 years old! Viola has nystagmus of both eyes, as well as vision impairment. She is a bright, happy girl who loves to help others. Her caregivers describe her as “sunny, active, and restless.” She loves to give hugs and is very attached to her caregivers at the orphanage. She will help her teachers put up toys and clean, and she loves to brush the hair over other girls in the institute.

Viola is very exploratory and loves to learn new things! She will grasp new objects and pull them close to her eyes to try to see. She has a very strong light sense and is able to navigate the orphanage and find her favorite things easily! She has great mobility and can walk over obstacles if she is in a familiar environment. She can go up and down stairs easily and can jump on to the ground with both feet! She is a very brave little girl who does not let her vision impairment slow her down.

She can speak several sentences and likes to greet caregivers and teachers. She is very kind towards others and likes to share her snacks with other children. She is described as being tidy, polite, and patient. When she is upset she will cry softly, but a hug from a caregiver makes her feel much better. She is a precious little girl who would thrive with the love of a family. Please reach out to the GWCA China Home Finding Team to learn more about Viola!

Meet Bella!

Bella is an adorable girl who just turned one year old. Bella was born with congenital heart disease and has not yet received a heart surgery. Her file states that she also may be cognitively delayed due to a lack of oxygen to her brain, but her growth report indicates that she is developing very well for her age!

Bella is very interactive and outgoing, and she loves to giggle and play! She is able to differentiate between caregivers and strangers and has formed healthy attachments with the nannies at the orphanage. She tracks movement well and can babble to express her needs. Bella can recognize her name and will turn when called.

She is also able to crawl forwards and backwards and can stand with support! Bella has amazing fine motor skills and is able to grasp her favorite toy. She is an active, loving kiddo who would thrive with specialized care and treatment.

Please reach out to us at GWCA to learn more about Bella!

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Jett’s Journey Home

For the past year, our team here at GWCA has been working hard to bring sweet Jett back to his family here in Texas. Jett was hosted in Summer of 2016. During that time, his host mom brought him into our office so that we could all say hi!

We rarely get a chance to meet the children that we place with families, so it is always an amazing opportunity to be able to meet a kiddo and be a part of their experience here in America. Once Jett returned to China, we all knew that we would have to work as hard as possible to bring him back as soon as we could.

This week, our hard work finally paid off. Jett and his mom were finally able to come back to our office, but this time he wasn’t a host kiddo— he was a son. It was an amazing experience to see the child that has been in our hearts for the past year finally be back home with his family. This past year brought new challenges and obstacles for him, but throughout all of that he waited patiently, knowing that his family would be there soon.

Although hosting is no longer an option for the China program, our Latvia Hosting program can provide this incredible opportunity for families like Jett’s. His family calls him the missing piece to their puzzle, and we are so grateful we had the opportunity to help him find his home.

-Meredith Chambers, China Adoption Counselor

Read more about Jett’s story to find his family

Contact our adoption specialists today to learn how you can begin your adoption journey!

Resources:

– Learn more about China adoption
– Learn more about Latvia hosting
– Visit the Waiting Child Photo Listing
– Contact a China adoption specialist

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I Found My Family!

Woohoo! We are incredibly thrilled to announce that this sweet 2-year-old girl has a family that is working towards bringing her home forever. We are so happy that she is now one step closer to her Forever Family, and we’re excited to continue following her journey home. Congratulations to her and her new family from all of us at GWCA and CAN!

Yara’s information was exclusively shared with her family before her file went live on the photo listing. If you would like a sneak peek of other available kiddos before their files are shared with the general public, all you have to do is join our agency and start submitting your dossier! Our priority will be to find the perfect match for your family.

China Adoption – Special Focus

All of the kids whose profiles are currently on our photo listing, including this precious girl, have the same designation of “Special Focus.” This means that families can be matched with them at any point in the process, making the adoption journey as a whole relatively quick! We receive new children’s files each week, both from our orphanage partnerships and from the Shared List, which provides our families with the opportunity to review multiple files until they find a child that they feel would be a good fit.

If you’re interested in learning how you can be matched with one of our Waiting Children, contact our matching specialists or visit our China adoption photo listing today!

Resources:

– Learn more about China adoption
– Visit the Waiting Child Photo Listing
– Contact a China adoption specialist!

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5 New Kids on the Block!

Meet Jax!

Jax is a precious little boy from China, who is 3 and a half years old. Jax is described as a gentle and introverted child who is generally happy. Jax likes to play with other children and enjoys spending time with his caregivers. His favorite activities are playing with building blocks and playing outside on the playground.

Jax has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and has received rehabilitation training that has helped him improve tremendously. He does still have some challenges, such as having hands that aren’t as flexible. He can hold a pen by himself and can scribble on a paper, but he cannot draw clear letters yet (of course, he is only 3 and a half, and most children that age are not yet writing clear letters).

Jax can walk by himself, trot, and go up and down stairs all by himself. He is delayed on language and can only say a few words and short phrases such as “mom” and “give me.” He can also call the other children in the orphanage by name. He knows his own name and will turn when his name is called.

With the proper medical care and therapies, there is no telling how much Jax could thrive! Jax needs a family to adopt him and bring him to America, so he can receive the proper treatment he needs. Will you be that family?

If you would like to learn more about Jax, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Click Here to Watch Jax’s Video!

Meet Ben!

This amazing kiddo’s name is Ben! Ben is a sweet 10-year old boy in need of a forever family! Ben was hosted in the United States through GWCA’s hosting program for a month in summer of 2016. He had an amazing time while being hosted and bonded extremely well with his host family.

Ben was born with very mild clubbed feet, but he has not needed any physical therapy or surgery to walk and run without assistance. He is very sociable and loves to say hello and thank you in English. He is on target developmentally and is a bright, intelligent kiddo. Ben is in regular school and is doing well.

Ben is very active and outgoing and loves playing with other children! He loved playing with his host siblings and would make a fantastic brother. He is a sweet, fun-loving kiddo who would thrive with the love of a forever family!

You can learn more about Ben by contacting the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Click Here to Watch Ben’s NEW Video!

Meet Zachary!

This precious 1-year-old boy’s name is Zachary, and he is in need of a forever home! Zachary was born with protein dysplasia of the brain. Despite this need, he appears to be very active and engaged. He is a bright, happy boy who has excellent fine motor skills and the ability to roll over independently. He is very attached to his caregiver and loves to snuggle and laugh with her. He recognizes his name being called and is tracking items visually. Zachary loves to lay in the sun with the other kiddos and greatly enjoys being outside. He is described as being energetic and smiley! He would thrive with the love of a family. Please reach out to GWCA to learn more!

Meet Jasper!

This darling boy’s name is Jasper! He is 12-years old and is a healthy kiddo! Jasper is a bright, extroverted, and friendly boy who loves his caregivers and the other children in the orphanage. He has excellent language development and appears to have met all developmental milestones. He is very independent and able to take care of himself and others. Jasper is in desperate need of finding his forever family before he ages out of the system at age 14. He is a smart, sweet child who would thrive with a family to call his own. Please reach out to GWCA to learn more!

Meet Lincoln!

Lincoln is a sweet little boy that is 4 and a half years old. He is described by his caretakers as being very cooperative, smart, and cute. Lincoln gets along with other children, and he likes to play with them and do group activities. He can walk well on his own. Lincoln can speak and can sing full children’s songs. Also, he can hold a pen and scribble with it on paper.

Lincoln is good at following directions and will often help his caretakers with their chores. Sometimes when he sees that his caretakers are tired, he will give them little back massages to help make them feel better.

Lincoln has a congenital heart defect (CHD). He had a UCG (cardiac ultrasound) done on February 25, 2016 that showed he had mitral atresia, left ventricular dysplasia, truncus arteriosus, right heart enlargement, ASD (left to right shunt), two direction shunt of VSD (mainly left to right), and three tricuspid regurgitation.

Because of the complexity of Lincoln’s heart condition, no more surgical procedures will be performed on him for the foreseeable future. He will probably never receive additional heart surgeries in China. Most likely, the only chance Lincoln has to survive and have a healthy, happy life is if he is adopted by a family in the United States who can give him the medical care, love, and attention he needs.

If you would like to learn more about Lincoln and see all of his new videos, please contact the GWCA China Home Finding Team today!

Click Here to Watch One of Lincoln’s NEW Videos!

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URGENT: Only Four Months Until Rebecca Ages Out

Every child needs a loving and permanent family. However, when an orphan “ages out” in China, they lose their chance to be part of a family, where they can feel safe and be loved. At the young age of 14, these children are deemed ineligible for adoption, and their hope for a bright future all but vanishes. This is the situation Rebecca would face, unless she’s able to find a family who can bring her home by her 14th birthday this January.

Rebecca is a lovely and smart young girl, who is outgoing, active, and gets along well with others. Her caregivers describe her as being obedient, sensible, and polite. She enjoys singing and will often perform at school events and at the orphanage. This year she won the second prize in a singing competition!

Click here to watch a video of the talented Rebecca singing beautifully!

Rebecca is missing her left eye and has corneal leukoplakia in her right eye. However, her right eye has some sight, and she’s able to walk around freely in familiar environments without assistance. Currently, she attends a school for children who are blind, where she’s performing very well. Her cognitive and language abilities are normal, and she can read in braille. Rebecca earns excellent grades and has been awarded “Triple-A” student every year.

She has expressed to caregivers that she wants to be adopted by an American family and desires to have a home and parents of her own. Would you consider giving Rebecca a 14th birthday that she will never forget? If you would like to learn more about adopting this sweet kid, please contact China Adoption Specialist Heidi at heidi@gwca.org today. We hope that Rebecca can find her Forever Family soon and experience the love and care that she deserves.

Visit our Waiting Child photo listing to request Rebecca’s file!

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