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A Perfect Love has various projects to further our mission of helping underprivileged children and families.


last updated: 04/25/2022


Provide free Chinese language education so that adopted Chinese children growing up in America have the opportunity to practice and reconnect to their native language for free.

This prgram started in September 2019, featuring an independently developed software that can be used on mobile phones and computers so users can have an English platform to learn the 500 most commonly used Chinese sentences.

As a multi-year project, Heritage Language Learning Program is currently in preparatory work for the second phase - online teaching, expecting to start in Summer 2022.


Actualizing the wishes of adoptive families through completing and purchasing items on the families’ wish lists.

This project started with purchasing items on a Christmas wish list in December 2020 and has now become a must-do project every year.

By April 20, 2022, A Perfect Love has sent 120+ gifts to 65 American adoptive families.


This fund will pay for adoptive families' medical and related expenses to assist adopted children with special needs. This project started in May 2019. Three children have been helped: Kimberly Ryan in California, Alicia Doyon in Utah, and Katie Hurst in Michigan.

This project is an open-ended project throughout the year. Adoptive families can apply to the foundation at any time.

A Perfect Love has helped another 3 families in March 2022.


A Perfect Love will be fundraising and providing donations for adoptive families to replace their original old houses and build a "Forever Home".

Starting in December 2020, A Perfect Love help Katie Hurst build "Forever Home", and at the end of May 2021, A Perfect Love helped with the Lumpkins' home. Cumulative donations exceed 73,000 USD.

A Perfect Love is still working to build a donation platform for the Lumpkins' family. The goal has two steps: to raise all the $175,000 her family needs to renovate the house, and to pay off the entire loan of $250,000 on the house.


A Perfect Love invested in documentaries, short videos, TV dramas, etc. telling stories from adoptive families in America, aiming at drawing more attention to adoptive families and related social issues while promoting the global and widespread love.

A short video of the theme was completed in May 2020, and was published on China-US Business Summit's public page.

The first documentary film A Perfect Love started in July 2021 and is expected to be completed by the end of July 2022. In January 2023, the film will be submitted to major film festivals around the world.


Emergency assistance is provided to adoptive families whose normal life orders are disrupted due to any natural disasters (typhoon, flood, fire, earthquake, etc.) or unexpected disasters, and those families are unable to return to normal life in a short period of time with their own abilities.

The first adoptive family whose family had to live in a hotel due to a fire has received relief payments in April 2022.

The act of foreigners adopting abandoned Chinese infants has a long history. It has been documented since 1914, when a Western missionary adopted an abandoned Chaozhou baby in Guangdong.

On April 1, 1992, China officially loosened foreign adoption and related laws.


After international adoption was opened, the United States gradually became the country with the largest number of adoptions. According to data from the US Department of State's International Adoption Agency, as of 2014, a total of 88,298 Chinese orphans have been adopted by American families.


Nearly 100,000 Chinese children have been adopted by American families. And this number is still rising year after year.


Among these adopted children, there is a significant proportion of infants that have a congenital degree of disability.


Also, among the adoptive families in the United States, there is a significant proportion of adoptive families that have adopted more than one disabled and abandoned baby. These families that have reduced their original quality of life because of their charitable behavior.

A Perfect Love is a contribution to these target families and strives to make these families have better lives.


The donations of A Perfect Love are indefinite and open to any eligible American family. See the Charter of the A Perfect Love for details.


Bo'ai School was founded about 20 years by Ms. Liang Bing. In the past 20 years, under the leadership of President Liang, the school has treated countless people and has 120 students. It has become a leader in its field in China.

Suzhou Bo'ai School has admitted students from various regions in China. It has become a veritable international child rehabilitation school. The school-related teaching, along with the learning team under Principal Liang, is constantly exploring and innovating their practices, which has made some aspects of the therapeutic education of cerebral palsy and autistic children in Suzhou Bo'ai School reach or exceed the current international level.


In order to promote the therapeutic education of Suzhou Bo'ai School to a new level and to further benefit children who are treated in China, the foundation has specially raised funds from society, mainly for the teachers to go to the United States for training and further studying. Experts would be sent to Suzhou Bo'ai School for on-the-spot training.

The donation funds to the Bo'ai School are used irregularly with the establishment of the annual project, and all are paid in the United States. The ultimate goal of the foundation's project is to promote the Suzhou Bo’ai School's model of teaching and learning for children with disabilities to grow better in China, including those outside of Suzhou. This will benefit more children who are unable to enter regular schools at the same age for regular education.


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