Emily Thi-Ly Hunt
2004 Annual Post Placement Report
Child’s Vietnamese Name: Nguyen Thi Ly 
Date of Birth: 14 October 2001 
Date of This Report: September 2004 
Province of Birth: Hanoi - Phuong Hang Bong 
Orphanage: Cau Giay Feeding Center for Orphans and Malnourished Children, Hanoi 
Adoption approved by Decision no. 571/QHDT from date: 08 May 2002 of the Hanoi People’s Committee

Full Name of Adoptive Parents: Frank H. Hunt, Jr. and Mary C. Hunt 
Child’s Name after Adoption:     Emily Thi-Ly Hunt 

Since our 2003 report, Emily has again made outstanding progress.She is nearly three years old 
now – with a well-developed vocabulary, a developing sense of humor and rampant curiosity.She attends pre-school for one-half day, two times per week.This activity has increased her vocabulary as well as her math and social skills.Emily is comfortable meeting new people and making friends. 

Her developmental progress is, in certain areas, ahead of other children her age.She excels at assembling complex puzzles and in drawing pictures.Emily has befriended a little boy in the neighborhood who is also Vietnamese.They get together frequently to play.We have also met
several other people from the local Vietnamese community and plan to pursue other activities 
with them.Emily’s favorite television program is “JoJo’s Circus” on the Disney Channel.She also 
enjoys going to the zoo to see the tiger, going to school, playing on the slide at the park and 
building structures with her blocks. 

Emily is a healthy child.She is 36” (0.9144 Meters) tall and weighs nearly 33 lbs. (13.6 kg).She 
has had all inoculations appropriate for her age and is doing fine.Emily tested mildly positive for Tuberculosis last year.She has recently completed a 9-month program of daily medication 
(Isoniazid), which will treat the disease. 

We have enclosed photos of the following: 

  1. Emily wearing her ao dai
  2. Emily Smiling
  3. Emily smelling the flowers last spring
  4. Emily doing art with her pets
  5. Emily with her big sister
  6. Self-portrait