The Great Wall – Maia Stack, who was born in Hangzhou, China, said a trip back when she was 17 helped her to shape her identity as Chinese and American.
Visiting her 'finding spot' – Stack first visited the pagoda where she was abandoned as a baby when she was 11 years old.
Orphanage visit – Stack, front right, has a sister who was also adopted from China. The family first visited when Stack was 11 and her sister was 7 years old.
Fun and games – June Cubbage-Troop asked her parents to take her back to China when she was five years old.
Tiananmen Square – June was adopted when she was two years old. At the young age of six, she exihbits pride in her heritage, her parents say.
Family excursion – June's parents, Amy Cubbage and Graham Troop, said it's important to teach her about Chinese culture because she didn't have a choice in leaving the country.