- Liu Xuezhou, 17, was sold at birth. He became an orphan at the age of 4 when his adoptive parents died in an explosion.
- With the help of local authorities, Liu eventually found his birth parents, who ended up rejecting him recently.
A teenager in China who was sold at birth was left heartbroken after finally finding his birth parents and then being rejected by them.
Liu Xuezhou, 17, from China’s Hebei Province, posted about the heartbreaking reunion on Douyin on Monday, according to South China Morning Post.
- A 30-year-old Tokyo woman is suing a married Chinese sperm donor who allegedly posed as a single Japanese man with a Kyoto University degree.
- The woman became pregnant in June 2019 after having sex with the donor 10 times.
- She and her husband discovered the truth later on in the pregnancy and gave up the baby after she gave birth.
- The woman is now seeking approximately $2.8 million dollars as compensation for emotional distress.
A woman in Japan has filed a lawsuit against the sperm donor who impregnated her, alleging that he was dishonest about his civil status, educational background and ethnicity.
The unnamed plaintiff, a 30-year-old woman from Tokyo, said she and her husband wanted to have a second child but were concerned after finding out that her husband has a hereditary condition, reported Tokyo Shimbun via Newsweek.