Founder brings love to abandoned children in China

This article first appeared in the Straits Times on December 6, 2015: Mrs Jenny Bowen considers herself truly lucky. She […]

Their Eyes Had Gone Dry-1

In 2001, when OneSky established its programs at the orphanage in Chuzhou, Anhui Province, a young caregiver named Du Xiurong […]

Their Eyes had Gone Dry

When I was in junior high school, my father had a car accident that led to tremendous financial hardship for […]

Fengwei Aces His High School Entrance Exam

Our foster son Fengwei is 16 years old and has always been a great student; he is very good at […]

Wenfeng’s First Wheat Harvest

Wenfeng is an introverted boy who lives in a small town in eastern China. He likes drawing, playing the piano […]

Learning About Trees

Outside our institution, we have a large tree. I like to take children from our preschool program who struggle with […]

A Special Rocking Horse

Half the Sky supporter and University of Notre Dame senior Christina Edmonds recently built a special rocking horse to illustrate […]

Miaomiao’s First Smile

When we established our Seed Site in Weifang, we met a little girl named Miaomiao. Miaomiao is blind and she […]

A 3D Adventure at the Cinema

Recently, we surprised our children and took them out for a very special outing…a trip to the movie theater. When […]

NianNian Learns to Sit and Play!

It is extremely challenging for ten-month-old Niannian to raise his head properly, which makes it difficult for him to sit […]