Nov 2, 2018
It was a very hard decision, but, regretfully, we’ve chosen to discontinue this podcast. This is our final episode, and in it, Lisle shares a brief explanation with you and an offer, perhaps, for an adoptee who might consider this to be a project worth taking on.
As of this date, our 10 episodes of our new podcast have been downloaded more than 5,400 times by a very niche listening audience of those of you who have a special interest in birth family search in China. This podcast could never have grown in popularity as it has without all our guests who have shared such amazing stories, or without the wisdom of our wonderful commentators, Ricki Mudd and Iris Leung.
Please note: In a couple weeks or so from the publication of this last episode, our main Website at afamilyinchina.com and our podcast’s email addresses will no longer be active. However, we will keep all our past episodes available for some time on Facebook and our Twitter feed so you can go back and listen to them there, and we can be messaged directly through either of those services. Our past episodes can also be listened to directly from our podcast’s feed service at: afamilyinchina.libsyn.com.
Thank you to all of you who have listened to our show and supported us! And thank you for reminding us that international adoption from China is a story of both loss and gain that has three chapters of equal importance: that of the adoptive parents, that of the adoptee, and that of a family somewhere in China.