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Welcome to Research-China.org:

The premiere organization for obtaining information about your child's history and birthplace.

Customized Analyses
Birth Parent Search AnalysisWith our more than 10 years of experience gathering information, statistics, and insight into China adoptions, we offer an Orphanage Reliability Analysis to help determine the accuracy of your child's orphanage information and a Birth Parent Search Analysis to help you decide whether or not to pursue a search for your child.
Orphanages
Orphanage InformationWe offer a good starting point of basic information about China's orphanages for adoptive families who want to learn more about their child's birthplace. We've started with pages for Guangdong, Jiangxi and Chongqing Provinces. We welcome contributions!
Finding Ads
Finding AdsThe finding ads published by the orphanages in China are an important part of our children's lives. Go to our Finding Ads section to see if we might have your child's finding ad.
Photos & DVDs
Photos & DVDThe impressive collection of photos and movies we have gathered of orphanage cities in China include scenes of various finding locations, government offices and main attractions, as well as cultural and scenic highlights. See if we have your child's birth city either in photos or on a DVD.
Solution Graphics
Blogs

Adoption Oral History Project
Jena Heath, an adoptive parent of a child from Guangdong Province and a professor of journalism, is working to assemble a "Storycorps of Chinese Adoption." Our family was interviewed by her last weekend, and it was a fantastic experience.
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Also see:
'The Rest of the Story' Blog:
Not everyone wants to know the fine details surrounding China's adoption program, but for those who have an interest in the "behind-the-scenes" stories, "The Rest of the Story" subscription blog offers fascinating and in-depth analyses of our children's histories. More Info

My Agenda
Research-China.Org has grown a lot since 2002, when we started researching in China. This blog might be useful to remind or inform families what we have to offer adoptive families that seek to understand their child's history, and learn more about their orphanage. Go to blog.