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My Daughter's Path From Orphanage to Multi-Sport Adapted Athlete

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By Kathy Cortez, Parent of Participant, Ping Ping Cortez We adopted Ping Ping in November 2018, a mere 15 days before she lost her chance of being adopted.

At the age of 14, a child is deemed too old for the system in China. After being abandoned in an alley, Ping Ping was taken in by a local family, who ultimately became overwhelmed by the cost and care associated with her spina bifida and gave her away to a local orphanage.

Eventually transferred to a foster home for medically fragile children in Northern China, she worked from 6:00 a.m. to bedtime doing chores for her neglectful foster mother while caring for the other children.

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