China Heritage Travel to BaoJi Orphanage

Travel Date: Mar 10th, 2017

On March 10th, Xiaoya in the accompany of her Canadian adoptive mother paid a Heritage Seeking Tour to the Baoji SWI.



In the morning, the guide picked up the adoptive family by the scheduled time from hotel to their first destination-- a local street. It was known that the child-care aunt who had taken care of Xiaoya was working here. From the aunt's memory, Xiaoya learned about many of the details and stories of her past life there.


Though the Baoji SWI had moved to a new location, the family still visited the old SWI Xiaoya had once lived.

Later, at the invitation of the director, the adoptive family enjoyed a lunch in the new SWI. After lunch, the director showed them around in the Medical Room, Rehabilitation Function Room and Child Rearing Room of the SWI.




In the return visit, Xiaoya brought some exquisite gifts for the "younger brothers and sisters" in the SWI and played with them.


Xiaoya was a girl who knew to be thankful very well. After the return visit, she was reluctant to leave and proposed to look after children in the SWI for a half day.



The time to revisit the SWI is short. Having left the SWI, the family headed for the place where Xiaoya was picked up by good-hearted people.


In the following day, the family visited the Folklore Museum, Shi-ku Garden in China and Baoji Bronze Ware Museum. They also tasted a lot of local special foods.




Based in China, LTC keep strong ties with the Chinese Government and Social Welfare Institutes throughout China. If you want to make a return trip to Baoji You will:

  • Visit the orphanage and finding site
  • Meet the nanny or foster family
  • Experience local highlights and culture
  • Get the first hand price from local agency

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