Chinese woman facing nonstop pressure from her parents to get married develops severe anxiety disorder
- A 27-year-old woman in China purportedly developed severe anxiety due to incessant pressure from her parents to get married.
- The woman reportedly went to a local hospital after suffering various symptoms, including a panic attack, difficulty breathing, numbness and twitching limbs.
- A doctor explained that the woman’s symptoms were triggered after she got into an argument with her parents about marriage.
- The woman was diagnosed with anxiety disorder and respiratory alkalosis.
Doctors in China recently diagnosed a 27-year-old woman with severe anxiety disorder caused by the relentless pressure from her parents to get married.
The woman, who resides in Jinan, Shandong province of eastern China, recently went to Qilu Hospital at Shandong University and received treatment after suffering various symptoms, including a panic attack, difficult breathing, numbness and twitching limbs. She was later diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder and respiratory alkalosis.
Chinese woman learns street cleaner who she stopped for directions is her daughter lost 24 years ago
- Cai Youxiu, 78, found her long-lost daughter by accident after approaching a street cleaner to ask for directions earlier this month in the Chinese city of Langzhong in Sichuan Province.
- "I was cleaning in front of a school entrance when an old lady came to ask me for directions, and I immediately recognized her to be my mother," Hu Jun, 46, told The Cover. "I was so excited, but she didn't recognize me even after I called her 'Mom.'"
- Cai had been searching for her daughter, and the local authorities had reportedly planned to reunite the two if not for their accidental meetup the day before their scheduled reunion.
- Hu said she lost contact with her mother after she left her hometown, Yunyang County, in 1999 to find work in another province.
- Cai’s unexpected reunion with Hu became a trending topic on Chinese social media, with the hashtag “old person asks for directions and meets daughter missing for 24 years" generating over 34 million views on Weibo.
An elderly woman in China found her long-lost daughter after approaching a street cleaner to ask for directions.
Hu Jun, 46, was working in Langzhong, Sichuan Province, earlier this month when a woman approached her to ask for directions.
Chinese woman dresses up as an elderly person so her grandfather, 96, will recognize her in the afterlife
A Chinese woman wore makeup and clothes to make herself look older, so her 96-year-old grandfather will recognize her as an elderly woman when they meet in the afterlife.
Liang Tingting, 27, was raised by her grandparents in Zhangjiang of southern China’s Guangdong Province after her father died of uremia when she was 6 years old. Her grandparents initially farmed to support her education; however, due to financial difficulties, Liang ended up needing to work the rest of her childhood after finishing first grade.
A woman who was assaulted and robbed of her purse in San Francisco’s Chinatown has come forward with details of the attack that happened only hours after the now infamous assault and robbery of an elderly Chinese man in Bayview.
Severe malnutrition has led to the death of an impoverished Chinese woman who lived on just 2 yuan (29 cents) per day.
Wu Huayan, a 24-year-old student in the Guizhou province, reportedly scrimped on her meals in order to save money for her ill brother’s treatment, MailOnline reports.
A Chinese woman is taking an apartment developer to court after finding out that the “premium” parking space she purchased won’t let her exit her car unless she passes through the sunroof.
Identified only by her surname Tao, the woman from Nanning purchased the spot for over 200,000 yuan ($29,000), reports Shanghaiist.
A stunning 51-year-old mother has gone viral again for her hot body — this time, juxtaposed to a freezing landscape.
Liu Yelin, who hails from Xinyang, Henan Province, China, has gone viral before for her amazing physique; this time, however, she’s recaptured the hearts of netizens with some shocking exercise advice.
Ya Li, a 28-year-old woman from Qingyuan city in northern Guangdong province, China, owns around 7,000 stuffed toys that she won from claw machines, earning her the unofficial title of “Queen of the Claw Machine”.
At first, Ya wasn’t very interested in claw machines, until one day in 2016 when she saw a particularly cute stuffed toy that she wanted, according to Shanghaiist via Medium. So she tried her luck and eventually won the toy as a prize.
My New Year’s resolution for 2018, as I’ve been jokingly telling my friends and family for the past month, is to “be more Asian.” That’s an oversimplification, of course, but the intent is there. For the next 12 months, I’m focusing on different ways that I can embrace my Asian heritage through concrete goals.
In the spring of 2017, I visited China for the first time as an adult. It was an amazing, immersive, food-filled experience (have you ever had those deep fried mochi balls with taro filling? They’re divine), but it felt different to be there as an adult than it did as a child. Amidst all of these dynamic, accomplished people who looked like me … I found myself acutely lonely.
Federal prosecutors are seeking death penalty against Brendt Christensen, the University of Illinois Ph.D. candidate who is accused of kidnapping, torturing and killing YingYing Zhang, a visiting scholar from Nanping, China, last year.
United States prosecutors filed the notice on Friday in central Illinois with the U.S. District Court, according to NBC Chicago, citing that the alleged killing of the 26-year-old victim cruelly involved torture.
A 28-year-old Chinese woman was reportedly barred from boarding a plane after failing to pass security check because her face and her ID didn’t look alike following a plastic surgery procedure.
The passenger, only identified by her surname Zhang, booked a flight from Chengdu to Shanghai on Sunday, according to Chengdu Business Daily, as translated by Shanghaiist via Medium. Unfortunately, her travel to Shanghai was put quickly on hold as airport security stopped her after she was informed that the airport’s facial recognition system failed to identify her face.
Editor’s Note: Kerry Yang is a family member of Caitlyn Xiong, a young woman who disappeared and subsequently died under mysterious circumstances. Yang and her family are looking for answers regarding Xiong’s death; they are accepting donations to cover funeral and justice-related expenses via their YouCaring page.
I first found out about my cousin’s disappearance from a random post one of my Facebook friends shared. It was one of those things people like to share without really thinking about who the subject was, and the prettier they were, the more it was likely to to be noticed. I did a double-take when I really looked at the picture because I realized I knew that missing girl. That girl was my family. I had just seen her at another family member’s birthday party last month. And here was this picture of her saying she was missing. I was dumbfounded that this was happening. This happened to other people, but not to us, and we hoped that perhaps it wasn’t true.