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Camp China (North Carolina)

    URL: www.ourcampchina.com
    Email: Info@OurCampChina.com

    Camp China is for families with children from China. Typical camp activites and programs include: Calligraphy classes, Chinese games and outdoor fun, Cooking classes, Martial Arts, Making the Dragon, and quality family bonding activities.

Camp Friendship China (New Jersey)

    URL: www.campfriendshipnj.org/China/

    Camp Friendship China was founded in 2007 by the parents of Chinese-born adopted children, and had a very successful inaugural year at camp in 2008. Camp is organized and run by those same volunteer parents because they believe that such an experience would enhance their children's self-esteem while building a sense of national pride in their heritage and its traditions.

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Chinese Heritage Camp (Colorado: Mountain)

    URL: www.heritagecamps.org/what-we-do/the-camps/chinese.html
    Email: info@heritagecamps.org

    Chinese Heritage Camp was one of the first camps in the country exclusively created for families with children adopted from China. It is one of the 11 camps facilitated by the highly respected Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families. Chinese Heritage Camp offers programs for infants through high school. This will be the 18th year families from across the country meet in Colorado to gain a deeper understanding of the Chinese culture and share their adoption stories.

Chinese Heritage Camp (Colorado: Urban)

    URL: www.heritagecamps.org/what-we-do/the-camps/chinese-ii.html
    Email: info@heritagecamps.org

    Our small, urban camp is a family camp with programming and workshops for the entire family. Chinese Heritage Camp II is one of few camps of its kind in the country, specifically designed for families with adopted children from China. Committed to exploring both the cultural and the adoption aspects of growth as an adoptive family, it is one of 11 camps facilitated by the highly respected Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families.

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