Pathos of Asian Adoptees Twitter →
Pathos of Asian Adoptees is a space for dialogue for Asian Adoptees. They can uniquely share experiences from their own perspectives. These experiences help bridge the gap between some Asians and Asian Adoptees alike and help others understand through socio-cultural issues, adoption policies, and the journey of identity searching.
Hello everyone, Please watch “Finding Seoul” which is about John Sanvidge who is a Korean Adoptee. Before I uploaded a sneak preview of his production in the making and now here is his finished product. I hope you guys enjoy his film! Finding Seoul follows one individual as he attempts to find his birth parents. John Sanvidge was raised in upstate New York and brought up in an...
Stop the deportation on Russell Green and other... →
Why This Is Important Russell David Green (Lim Sang Keum) was born to a Korean mother and an American soldier and has lived in the United States for over 30 years. He currently faces possible deportation to Korea – a country whose language he cannot speak and where he has no family who recognizes him. Russell arrived in Massachusetts from Korea as a 12-year-old boy, but after only a few months,...
November is National Adoption Month
November is National Adoption Month, a month set aside each year to raise awareness about the adoption of children and youth from foster care. This year’s National Adoption Month initiative targets adoption professionals by focusing on ways to recruit and retain parents for the 107,000 children and youth in foster care waiting for adoptive families. The National Adoption Month poster (PDF -...
: A letter to myself →
tryingtofindmywayback: Dear Soh Jung, As a child you will be shy. Your first crush will be on River Phoenix, thanks to the Indiana Jones trilogy. You will be a Girl Scout who is too shy to sell cookies door to door. You will like New Kids On The Block and have a Jason Priestly pillow case. You will lip synch to Ace of…