Abandoned in China and adopted to the US, an American teen’s journey in search of her roots -

Abandoned in China and adopted to the US, an American teen’s journey in search of her roots

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  • Aug 13 2017 15:06About: 2 months ago
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Almost 17 years after she was found abandoned in a cardboard box Lily Xiazhen Broach returned from America to a small Chinese city to search for the parents who had given her up.

Now a student at a high school in Pennsylvania, Lily is one of a slew of Chinese-born girls adopted by Western families who have returned to search for their birth parents over the past few years.

At the end of last month, the 16-year-old travelled with her adoptive parents to Daye, a city in central China, where...

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Almost years after found abandoned cardboard Lily Xiazhen Broach returned from America small Chinese city search parents given up. Now student high school Pennsylvania slew Chinese-born girls adopted Western families have their birth over past years. At last month 16-year-old travelled with adoptive Daye central China where...

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