Below you will find publications featuring our work and our experiences.


We were featured in a documentary! You can watch it here. If you missed the blurb on our home page, please remember that everyone's stories are different and you should not compare your journey to ours. Additionally, please note that this video is only part of our story.


As part of her graduation requirements, Zoe completed a senior thesis paper on the impacts of COVID-19 racism and ethnic identity on the psychological well-being of Chinese adoptees in the United States. If you would like to read her paper, you can visit her project's website here.


I'm Adopted, Now What? Podcast Episode

We both belong to another organization called Sisters of China and were featured on a podcast episode with the rest of the Core Team! You can listen to it on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

Threaded Connections Podcast

The aforementioned group, Sisters of China, also has a podcast with an episode featuring us! You can listen to it on Spotify.

Thriving Adoptees Podcast

We were featured on Simon Benn's "Thriving Adoptees" podcast. You can find our episode on his website here, or on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Janchi Show

Cosette (Eisenhauer) Epp was featured as a guest on the "Janchi Show" This podcast has 3 Korean Adoptee Males. You can find the episode on their website here, or Spotify

Article Features

Cosette has been interviewed by both KERA and TODAY about being an Asian American transracial adoptee in America.

In March of 2021, Zoe co-led a March for Asian Lives at her college and was featured in two articles. The first, written by her school newspaper, and the second written by the city's newspaper. 

In June of 2022, Zoe co-organized an abortion rights protest in downtown Fort Worth, advocating for adoptees' perspective in the fight for abortion rights.