What is a finding Ad? Since 1999, the orphanages in China are required to run a provincial newspaper advertisement for children that are found and brought to their orphanage. They call them "Finding Ads." These ads contain information about where and when the children were found and which orphanage is caring for them. Originally these were text-only ads, but most provinces now include photographs in their ads.
What does Songs Ad Say? Zhang Song - a boy - He was born on March 4, 2007. On march 21, 2007 he was found abandoned at the front gate of the Xinyang City Children's Welfare Institute. On the same day he was sent into the Xinyang city Children's Welfare Institute by the first group of 110 police reporting office of Xinyang city Police Bureau. Characteristics: A round face, a double eyelids, small mouth, light skin. He has a congenital cracked urethra.
May 13, 2008 - Hanan Daily.
Why is a finding ad important? The finding ads published by the orphanages in China are an important part of our children's lives for two reasons: First, they are published within a few months of finding, so they usually represent the earliest tangible proof of our children's lives. Second, the photographs in the finding ads are typically taken earlier than any other photos families receive during the adoption process.
And the most important thing to note about this photo: THIS CHILD WAS BORN WITH ONE HECK OF A HEAD OF HAIR? I MEAN....DID YOU SEE IT? He LOOKS LIKE "LITTLE RITCHIE!!" My bio kids were bald till they were two! This pic is taken at just over 2 months old! ha ha ha ha