Whether you are already home with your child(ren) from Taiwan, waiting for your child(ren) to come home from Taiwan, or awaiting a referral from Taiwan, you're in the right place!!!

TAIWAN R.O.C.ks was a dream in 2010, and a reality in 2011! In 2010, Jules left a comment on Lisa C.'s blog, which Tiffanie responded to, which turned into an e-mail chain with the addition of Lisa R. That e-mail chain was all about a reunion for Taiwan families. Four blogging Mamas who each have a child born in Taiwan turned that circle of comments and e-mails into this. . .TAIWAN R.O.C.ks (Reuniting Our Children for Kinship and Support).

If you missed the first event, be sure not to miss the SECOND ANNUAL TAIWAN R.O.C.ks Event!!! Hope to see you there. Mark your calendars!


July 27th-29th, 2012 in CHICAGO!!

Your Taiwan R.O.C.ks Team,

Lisa C. (Tyler's Mom) - 2012 Team Lead
Jules (Hayden's Mom)

Lisa R. (Paige's Mom)
Tiffanie (Gracyn's Mom)


Monday, April 30, 2012

Time to register to blow into the windy city!!

Okay it is time to start preparing to BLOW into the windy city for Taiwan ROCks Chicago 2012.

You have booked your room and now it is time to register for all of the fun!!  Just follow the link and it will take you straight to where you need to register.  Just remember you need to register all littles and all big people.....age is based on the date of the event and it doesn't matter what your age.....we need to know EVERYONE that is coming to play with us in the windy city.

http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=v8xhrmjab&oeidk=a07e5qtlr51b92951d6

READY, SET, GO!!!

we will post more info regarding all of the weekend's events once we have finalized everything. 

We are only 3 months away!!  YIPPEE.  Registration will close June 29, 2012

3 comments:

  1. Give please share a few more details about what events will be happening during the weekend and what registration costs will cover?

    Thanks!

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  2. I'm not sure if you're still adding blogs re: Taiwan adoptions, but if so, here's ours:
    http://lifeisgoodak.blogspot.com/
    Thanks!
    Michelle

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  3. Hi,
    I am from Taiwan and had worked in an unwed mother organization called His Hands Taiwan (Taiwan Xi En) and helped processed several adoptions while I was there. I also have a BA degree of Education and Psychology. I live in PA now and I am interested in helping the Taiwanese adoptees and their families. Recently I shared with a group of adoptive parents about the importance of helping their cross-cultural adoptive children build an healthy ethnic identity. Is there anything I can do you support you and other families with Taiwanese adoptive children? Will there be another reunion in 2013 or in the near future?
    Jessica Williams

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