Shared List

An agency is reporting the shared list will be released on December 20 in China which means the evening of December 19 on this side of the planet.

I see no rumors about NSN referrals. However, we’ve seen them parallel the shared list for a while now, so if anyone sees a rumor, please share.


Note from RQ: The section below is for comments from's community of registered readers. Please don't assume that I agree with any particular comment just because I let it stand. Posts are generally only removed if they don't follow the rules of the site. Anyone who fails to comply with the rules of the site may lose his or her posting privilege.

4 Responses to “Shared List”

  1. longwait Says:

    Sorry didnt know where else to post this but for those of us with ties to China the world has chosen to ignore but we should know the following:

    On 14 December 2012 between 7 and 8 a.m. local time, a 36-year-old villager identified as Min Yongjun stabbed 24 people, including 23 children and an elderly woman, in a knife attack at Chenpeng Village Primary School: ???????; traditional Chinese: ???????; Wenshu Township, Guangshan County, Henan province, China. The children targeted by the knifeman are thought likely to be between six and eleven years of age. The attack occurred as the children were arriving for classes.

    The incident has followed other school attacks in China since 2010 by mentally disturbed men involved in personal disputes or unhappy with the rapid changes occurring in Chinese society. Security guards had been posted at schools across China, with all schools to have a security guard by 2013.

  2. longwait Says:

    We who long for children should begin to ask what is wrong with the world that our most innocent have become evil’s victims

  3. daisycat Says:

    Longwait This story was covered in quite extensively in Europe. I think Newtown brought more worldwide press coverage due to the large number of fatalities. Both are tragic events.

  4. 2qts4me Says:

    Actually, the world has no chosen to ignore it. Probably just the US papers. I have read this story in countless newspapers around the world, as well as the terrible story of the preschool
    Chinese teacher who was videotaped abusing her students. I mean abusing them. There are tons of stories out of China, you just have to read papers from around the world. Infact, I have just finished reading the story of poor Chinese farmers who are breeding giant rats. They are feeding them bamboo. They plan to sell them for food and their fur. I also have friends who live in China and they tell me what is going on as well as several others who we have kept in contact with during our two adoptions from China. Our first in 1994 and our second in 2005.