Italian families who have adopted Vietnamese children attended a meeting in Rome yesterday to share experiences and learn more about Vietnamese culture.Chinese consulates in the U.S. have hosted the same kind of thing.
50 families took part in the event, which was hosted by the Vietnamese embassy in Rome and the Italian Adoption Families Association.
Speaking at the event, Vietnamese ambassador to Italy Dang Khanh Thoai expressed his gratitude to the Italian families for their love and support of adopted Vietnamese children.
He stressed that Viet Nam would continue to co-operate closely with Italy in improving adoption procedures appropriate to the two countries' legal policies as well as hosting more cultural exchange events and discussions.
In response to Viet Nam's concerns, the association would carefully watch over adopted children and help them to learn about their origins and cultural heritage.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Italy/Vietnam: Adoptees Learn About Heritage
From the VietNamDaily: