Loving family party, love spreads all over the territory of China
Updated: Nov 1, 2022
At the China-US Business Summit Loving Ceremony, the Lumpkins family and the Christopher Bush family, who came from other states such as Kentucky and Washington, respectively, brought their happy families to the summit's charity party.
Lumpkins is an engineer in an auto manufacturing company. He and his wife Lisa have a son and a daughter, aged 19 and 18. They have adopted six Chinese children. The youngest is 7 years old and the oldest is 17 years old. , but with cerebral palsy or severe mental retardation and several genetic defects. But people can see the happiness of the family in their faces of the whole family, they are all happy and the children are doing well in school.
Christopher Bush, an industrial hygiene technician, and his wife, Erin Bush, have three children, aged nine and 13, and two adopted children aged three and seven. These children live in harmony like brothers and sisters, taking care of each other and living happily.
At the scene, when asked if these children wanted to revisit their birthplace in China, both the children and their parents expressed with tears in their eyes that they would definitely go if they had the chance. This topic aroused great enthusiasm from the entrepreneurs at the scene: they all expressed that they sincerely invited these children to be guests in their hometowns. location, an invitation to two families. According to incomplete statistics, entrepreneurs from nearly twenty provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions have promised that if any member of these two families can walk into their home anytime and anywhere, they will accompany them to experience the natural scenery and cultural customs of their hometown.
Li Song, a member of the Beijing Women Entrepreneurs Association, said starting this year, she will donate fifty thousand rmb to the families every year to help them complete their journey back home.
With this deep love, the summit made this map into a beautiful souvenir for the two families to keep.