A woman adopted as an infant by American parents from South Korea recently met her biological mother and sister in a reunion that took 33 years to happen.
Raised in Chickasha, Oklahoma by her adoptive parents, Nancy and Jimmy, 33-year-old Shelee Henderson shared that she grew up knowing her birth mother willingly gave her up for adoption to provide her a better life in the United States.
After nearly half a century, a 98-year-old Cambodian woman was reunited with two siblings she thought had died during the brutal regime of the Communist Party of Kampuchea, aka the Khmer Rouge, in the 1970s.
Through the efforts of local NGO Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF), Bun Sen met her 101-year-old big sister, Bun Chea, and her 92-year-old younger brother last week.
A Houston mother is hoping to reunite with her 2-year-old son who is stranded in Wuhan, China, which has been on lockdown due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) breakout.
Fen Xin’s 2-year-old son Allen traveled to Wuhan, the epicenter of the virus outbreak, with his grandparents to celebrate the Lunar New Year. However, the virus broke out in mid-January right around the time of the celebration, according to ABC13.