• Korean, American, and Adopted

      Jill Pfenning was born in Taegu, South Korea, in 1974 and adopted to the United States later that year. In 1999-2000, she returned to Korea for ...

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    • Jared’s Adoption Corner

      Jared Utley just graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. At UMBC He was involved with rugby, the judicial ...

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    • My Return to Korea

      Ji Soon Ja was born and discovered near Suwon, and was adopted to Annandale, Virginia in 1974.  She is new to Camp Rice and the Culture School, ...

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    • A KAD’s Story

       Jonathan Albert is current Psychology major student at UMBC and just finished a year abroad in Seoul, South Korea at Yonsei University. I work ...

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    • Reflections from the other side

      Matthew Booth was born in Anyang, Korea and adopted by an English father and an Italian mother. For his entire life, he has enjoyed learning ...

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  • Programs

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    • This fall, join us to celebrate ASIA Families’ fifth anniversary — in style. The party will include an open bar with heavy hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction, DJ and dancing.

      Date: Friday, October 24
      Location: 730 15th St. NW, Washington DC
      (overlooking the White House)

      Get details and reserve tickets.

       

       

      • Open bar with heavy hors d’oeuvres
      • Silent auction
      • DJ and dancing
      • Adults only – cocktail attire

      Tickets: $75.00 each

      ASIA Families' 5th Anniversary Gala

      • Price: $75.00 Quantity:
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    • Our popular Korean Culture camp for families and teens at Pearlstone Conference and Retreat Center is FULL.

      Dates:
      Thursday, July 24 through Saturday, July 26
      Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, and activities begin at 10:00 a.m.

      Get details on Camp Rice 2014!

       

    • What’s the best way to learn about Korean culture, make friends, eat delicious Korean food, and have fun? Join us on Saturday mornings for the ASIA Families Korean Culture School!

      Dates for Fall 2014 are September 13, October 11, November 15, and December 6. Registration opens August 1.

  • Testimonials

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    • Joshua Kim

      Joshua Kim

      Thank you for changing my life and the lives of 20 other Korean adult adoptees on my recent Asia Inc. sponsored trip to Korea. The program and schedule was a perfect balance between seeing some of the well known sites of Korea and serving the Korean community. I also enjoyed the participants whose ages ranged from the mid-50′s to early 20′s. Their collective experience in navigating adoption throughout their lives was instrumental in helping me to find my own way. I look forward to serving Asia Inc. in whatever endeavor they pursue within the adoption community.

    • Eve Zimmerman

      Eve Zimmerman

      ASIA’s Korean culture school and camp provide a unique opportunity to learn about our family’s Korean heritage. We enjoy experiencing the sights, sounds, tastes and traditions of Korea and are thankful for the wonderful community we have met through ASIA.

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