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The child found a family: Yulia, born in 2003

July 25, 2017, 12:59 3078 Author: Anastasiya Lysenko; Camera operator and film editor: Ruslan Zhyrov www.deti.zp.ua New loving parents took Yulia into the family

Yulia is a modest and shy girl. At school, her favorite classes are Chemistry and Biology. In Chemistry, she likes solving the problems, and Biology seems interesting to her as there she can learn interesting facts about human beings.

The girl takes acrobatics classes – she can do cartwheels, handstands and even walk on her hands, and is proud of her skills.

Yulia has a favorite Ukrainian singer – Tina Karol. Of course, the biggest dream of the girl is to go to Tina’s concert.

The girl would like to become a waitress. She says that’s because this way she can do good to people, bring them food, take care of them, so that they would be thankful to her.

Of course, as all other children, Yulia dreams about a family – a real family, where everybody is kind, where no one will abuse you, where people talk to each other openly and sincerely, love and support each other.

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