The Wuhan Child Welfare Institute (CWI) located in Hubei, China has announced a subsidized Reunion Tour open to all children adopted through their institute. This unique opportunity for adopted children and their families will take place from July 10 through July 17, 2013 and includes sightseeing and cultural activities in Beijing and Wuhan. Optional extended tours to Xi’an or Shanghai are also available from July 17 through July 20.
China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA) is granting, through CCCWA, $800 in fund support toward the in-China Reunion Tour fee for all Chinese adoptees attending the program. Subsidies are available for a maximum of 30 adoptive families. For a full agenda and costs, please visit www.GladneyAsia.org. Applications will be available on this site at the beginning of February, 2013.
This opportunity is open to all families with children adopted from Wuhan CWI regardless of agency or facilitator.
Tours for all families with U.S. citizenship will be coordinated through Gladney China Heritage Tours, under the direction of Gongzhan Wu, Vice President and Managing Director of Gladney’s Asia Programs. In-China arrangements will be made by the Bridge of Love Adoption Service (BLAS) in Beijing.