Yu Xin

BIRTHDAY:   February 1, 2012
ARRIVAL:   August 1, 2022

Yu Xin was born in February 2012. He has an older brother. His parents wanted their second child to be a girl. When he was born because he was a boy his parents didn’t really accept him. He was sold twice. His grandma felt bad and brought him to her home. He was then fostered by his grandparents. He doesn’t like to visit his parent’s home, and he would skip classes quite often. Whenever there are visitors, he will always hide and not want to meet them because he is afraid of being kidnapped. He is a very active boy and we are looking forward to seeing the difference that can be made in his life.

DAILY NEEDS:   Fully Sponsored

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