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  • By kerick02
    6 months 3 weeks ago
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    Adoptee Stories

    Je ne peux pas me plaindre, j'ai été adopté par des parents aimants qui m'ont tenu la main et me tiennent encore la main. J'ai eu une très belle enfance et adolescence dans une petite ville belge, Binche, qui se trouve dans la province du Hainaut en Belgique.



    I can't complain, I was adopted by loving parents who held my hand and still hold my hand. I had a very good childhood and adolescence in a small Belgian town, Binche, which is located in the province of Hainaut in Belgium.
  • By kerick02
    7 months 1 day ago
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    Adoptee Stories

    My first visit was in 2010 for a summer study abroad program. The trip started for me when I got on the plane. I had never been around or seen so many Korean people before in my life. I felt very intimidated and scared of what they thought of me.

  • By admin
    7 months 1 week ago
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    Our lease at WeWork is up and we weren't able to renew it.

    So now the office is moving to a new location, not too far away.

  • By kerick02
    7 months 2 weeks ago
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    Adoptee Stories

    It took me 24 years to meet another Korean adoptee (who wasn’t my brother) and for me, it was somewhat of a turning point for my adoptee identity. While I was able to talk about feelings and experiences I had never really been able to share with others, I also began to question my own identity as an adoptee.

  • By admin
    1 year 3 weeks ago
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    Services

    A brief introduction

    I first visited Korea in the winter of 2005. Through a random Google search I ended up at KoRoot, because it was cheap and because it was for adoptees.
  • By f4visa
    1 year 4 weeks ago
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    Hot topics

    “Subtle Asian Traits” is a Facebook group made up of over 1.4 million members. The group was originally created by a group of Asian high school and university students living in Australia who started sharing memes (funny images) about their experiences growing up in Asian-immigrant households. The topics range from the culture-clashes associated with being Asian in a foreign country, disputes with parents, and a shared love of K-BBQ and bubble tea.

  • By f4visa
    1 year 2 months ago
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    Arissa Oh is a professor at Boston College whose study is concentrated in immigration, race, gender, the role of family in U.S. history, and transnational Asian-American history. Her book TO SAVE THE CHILDREN OF KOREA: The Cold War Origins of International Adoption was published in 2015 in the United States.

  • By f4visa
    1 year 2 months ago
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    Living in Korea

    During a first visit to Korea, there are so many things to see and plan and visit that it can get a little bit overwhelming. There are dozens of blog posts and YouTube videos about first experiences traveling in Korea, with many of them giving helpful tips on how to maneuver through different cultural differences.

  • By f4visa
    1 year 4 months ago
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    Living in Korea

    Korea has some of the most delicious food in the world. Before gorging yourself on dishes like samgyubsal or kalbi, it can help to know some of the main differences in dining culture in Korea.

  • By office
    1 year 4 months ago
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    Services

    2018년 (사)해외입양인연대의 기부금 모금과 지출내역을 공개합니다. 첨부파일을 보시면 보다 자세한 내용을 확인 할 수 있습니다.

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