Tag archive for ‘adoption’
This is just a heads-up because of all the noise regarding Americans adopting Russians. As you must surely have heard, an American woman adopted a 7-year old Russian boy and then after the boy allegedly revealed himself to be a danger to himself and others, she returned him by sitting him on a plane alone [...]
Adopted Girl Finally Makes It
A sad adoption story I’ve been holding onto for a while. A girl was adopted from Kazakhstan by American parents, who proved to be jealous of her heritage. But fortunately she survived and made it to become a freshman at Baylor University. The comments from her past classmates and teachers prove that she did have people who cared about her.
A sad but thankfully untypical story with a happy ending.
Some more reactions to Borat
The Kazakhstan Embassy in the United States puts out a newsletter, had two items on Borat today. The first is the Take That, Borat program to show Westerners the real Kazakhstan. The tours, called “Kazakhstan vs. Boratistan” and “Jagzhemash!!! See the Real Kazakhstan”, include visits to the cosmopolitan Almaty and its beautiful surroundings, tours of [...]
One great source for information, often obscure information, about Kazakhstan comes from adoption blogs. Kazakhstan is now 5th in the world in terms of countries from which children are adopted, which means when you search for Kazakhstan on blog-searches, you find a lot of adoption blogs. One of the best sources of information is the [...]