On January 3, a 24-year-old American girl found her parents in Hunan province. The girl found her biological parents through DNA matching. The girl Alison Boettcher (Chinese name Yue Jinhua) was born in 1995 and was abandoned on the day of birth and sent to Yueyang Welfare Home. Yue was adopted by an American couple and is now a university student in Utah.
Many Internet users believe that the original cruel abandonment, but now there are so many people to recognize relatives. The netizen expresses bold conjecture, want to profit from oneself one day did not raise the daughter of American nationality?
In recent years, more and more Chinese Americans have embarked on a journey of returning home. Most of them, girls, are thought-provoking. \"Where am I from China? Who are my blood parents? Are they living well now?'
Recently, a 24-year-old Chinese-American girl looking for a marriage in China has attracted attention. The Chinese girl, named Yue Jinhua, was born on July 20,1995, and was abandoned by her biological parents in the family district of Yueyang North Station in Hunan Province.
When abandoned, her parents left only a red note with a black brush to write the date of the girl's birth. After being discovered, Yue Jinhua was sent to Yueyang welfare home. It wasn't long before she was adopted by an American couple and lived with her adoptive parents in the United States.
She took the form of a video recording, announced her story, and hopes to use the power of the Internet to find her own parents at an early date. Soon, the search video responded, with five or six parents calling to claim claims that they were the girl's biological parents.