Gabi plays guitar at her bedroom in Virginia. In 2001, Marty and Sissy adopted her from Xinjiang Urumuqi City welfare house. The couple have also adopted other four children from South Korea and Russia including a pair of twins. She loves singing, jogging and going into nature. Gabi works in the only Chinese restaurant in the neighborhood during the summer vacation to make some money for her tuition fees. Her colleagues are all from China. Photo by Han Meng
Gabi plays guitar at her bedroom in Virginia. In 2001, Marty and Sissy adopted her from Xinjiang Urumuqi City welfare house. The couple have also adopted other four children from South Korea and Russia including a pair of twins. She loves singing, jogging and going into nature. Gabi works in the only Chinese restaurant in the neighborhood during the summer vacation to make some money for her tuition fees. Her colleagues are all from China. Photo by Han Meng

Adopted from China, raised in the USA: images of Chinese children and their new American families

Photo feature highlighting the lives of some the 88,000 Chinese children adopted by Americans since 1991, many of them girls and many of them with special needs

Gabi plays guitar at her bedroom in Virginia. In 2001, Marty and Sissy adopted her from Xinjiang Urumuqi City welfare house. The couple have also adopted other four children from South Korea and Russia including a pair of twins. She loves singing, jogging and going into nature. Gabi works in the only Chinese restaurant in the neighborhood during the summer vacation to make some money for her tuition fees. Her colleagues are all from China. Photo by Han Meng
Gabi plays guitar at her bedroom in Virginia. In 2001, Marty and Sissy adopted her from Xinjiang Urumuqi City welfare house. The couple have also adopted other four children from South Korea and Russia including a pair of twins. She loves singing, jogging and going into nature. Gabi works in the only Chinese restaurant in the neighborhood during the summer vacation to make some money for her tuition fees. Her colleagues are all from China. Photo by Han Meng
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