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Tuoi Tre launches program to help Vietnamese adoptees trace roots

Sunday, July 01, 2018, 12:45 GMT+7
Tuoi Tre launches program to help Vietnamese adoptees trace roots
Banner of the talk “Helping Vietnamese Adoptees Trace Their Roots” on July 12, 2018.

Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper has kick-started a program to help Vietnamese adoptees living overseas trace their roots.

The program aims to provide a companion for those who are returning home to find their birth parents, while accelerating the journey to meet the biological family of those children who desire to know their origin.

Some adoptees have shared they spent a lot of time overcoming the cultural and language barriers to come back to Vietnam with a question in their heart, “Where is my root?”

One of the highlights of the program will be a talk titled “Helping Vietnamese Adoptees Trace Their Roots” at 1:30 pm on July 12.

The event will be participated by Vietnamese adoptees returning from overseas, children at orphanages in Vietnam, orphanage directors, parents who lost their children, psychologists, and related organizations.

It is opened for public registration through, or by phone at (+84) 909 38 66 29.

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Dong Nguyen/Tuoi Tre News


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