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A decade after their adoption, these kids across the U.S. gather annually for a unique reunion

A decade after their adoption, these kids across the U.S. gather annually for a unique reunion



2018-07-12T07:00:11+0000

Nine girls were adopted by different American families in 2007 from the same orphanage in Chenzhou, Hunan, a southern province in China. But despite living in different cities across the U.S., their friendship has endured. via NBC Asian America





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