- A Chinese mother who gave birth after 26 miscarriages faced online criticism after the hospital released her story.
- Her 26th miscarriage occurred in 2019 when the mother was 34 years old.
- The 37-year-old mother finally gave birth to a baby girl through a C-section this year.
- The hospital released her story as a “dream to be a mother coming true,” stating that “we intended to focus on the efforts and skills of our medical workers.”
- Weibo’s users were horrified by the obsession to have a child and the woman’s sacrifice.
A Chinese mother who gave birth after 26 miscarriages is facing online criticism after the hospital released her story.
With her most recent miscarriage occurring in 2019 at the age of 34, the woman gave birth to a baby girl through a C-section this year, according to a press release from the hospital. Although she had “lost hope” after her 26th miscarriage, the hospital’s surgical intervention allowed for a successful childbirth, reported South China Morning Post.
Sorry in advance: Mother and child in China pass out earplugs and candy on plane to fellow passengers before takeoff
To apologize in advance for any noise her toddler may make during a flight, a Chinese mother and her 20-month-old son handed out 100 gift bags containing candy and ear plugs to passengers.
The mother, surnamed Wang, and her son, who reside in Jilin province of northeastern China, have gone viral for a video on Weibo showing the two handing out goody bags during the flight. Wang prepared the gift bags prior to their departure from Taiyuan, Shanxi province in northern China.
- A 70-year-old mother in China went on TV to beg her 38-year-old daughter who lives with six stray cats to “find a job and a man.”
- The daughter, who graduated from a top university and worked in Beijing and Shanghai, quit her job six years ago and became a pet vlogger.
- The mother expressed that she is “extremely worried” for her daughter’s future.
- She said she tried to convince her daughter to find a boyfriend and a job, but that her daughter refused, believing she can earn enough to support herself.
An “extremely worried” mother in China turned to a local TV station to help her 38-year-old daughter, who is single, unemployed and living with six stray cats.
The 70-year-old woman, surnamed Zhang, appeared on Chongqing TV and explained that her daughter had graduated from a top university and was previously employed in Beijing and Shanghai. Several years ago, the daughter quit her job and moved back home to Chongqing of southwestern China, reported Chongqing TV.
A Chinese mother is stirring controversy online after she was caught punishing her second-grader son in public for grabbing his female classmate’s butt at school.
According to Chinese reports via Shanghaiist, the mom received a call from her son’s teacher from his school in Guiyang city, the capital of Guizhou province, China and was told about the act, which, if he is an adult, could lead to some serious trouble with the law.