Principal of Peking University kneeling down to his mom on her 90th birthday arouses controversy

| July 17th, 2012

Netizen “Laoluo”(老锣) posted an forum post with the title of “deep bonds between mom and son”, which is about Zhou Qifeng, Principal of Peking University, knelt down in front of his mother at her 90th birthday celebration in Liuyang, Hunan. This incident trigged heated discussion among netizens. There were total 8 photos with the caption: July 14th, Zhou Qifeng, President of Peking University and academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, knelt down to thank his mother, Wu Meihua, for raising […]Read more…

Mother hunts son down to go work for state-owned enterprise

| March 16th, 2012

 

There is a huge gap between the post-80s generation and their parents’ generation in terms of what makes good occupation. Usually, the parents like it safe and prefer their precious only child to work for the government at best or state-owned enterprises at least they are considered as unbreakable iron bowl with good pay and well-above-average welfare program. Whereas the post-80s tend to want to get out there and pursuit their own life. Days ago Chongqing Morning Paper featured a […]Read more…

Pregnant woman ends her pregnancy for an adopted child

| July 20th, 2011

From QQ:

Gao Xue is a 31-year-old woman living in a small village in Chong Qing. Now she becomes the center of a heated discussion online. when she decided to give up her own baby and husband for an unrelated baby she found on the street. She had an abortion when she is 5 months pregnant in order to concentrate on bringing up the adopted baby.

On a cold windy night on 2007 November, Gao Xue and her husband was on […]Read more…

Mother passes away before Red Singing performance in Beijing

| June 15th, 2011

“Ringing Red”, singing nationalistic songs, songs that show love to the party love to the country.

From Hualong via Netease

“Here they come!” today 4:48 pm, at Caiyuanba train station, a T9 line train from Beijing to Chongqing slowly appeared in front of people’s eyes. As the doors started to open, the crowd waited at the station burst into cheers. Carrying flowers, our city’s “Singing Group” performed in Beijing has returned home.

4 days, like a spiritual baptism

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Woman kills her twin boys with mental illness, villagers ask for lenient punishment

| May 17th, 2011

From Guangzhou Daily via QQ | translated by Jenny Jiang | edited by Key

Mother drowned her 13-year-old twins with cerebral palsy

The village in Huanbu County used to be home of the 38-year-old mother Han Qunfeng and her 13-year-old twins.

Now two children wouldn’t to be held in the small yard to learn how to walk, leaning on the wall, and they wouldn’t have to babble trying to call mum. On the midnight of November 20 last year, Han Qunfeng gave several […]Read more…

Mother suffering from cancer refuses chemotherapy to give birth to her son

| May 8th, 2011

From IFeng | translated by Jenny Jiang | edited by Key

“You are my hope.” In a hospital at Pinggu in Beijing, the 28-year-old cancer patient Han Rui was watching her newly born little son, Tiedan, on the screen. In order to give birth to her son, the woman gave up chemotherapy. After giving birth to her son, her tumor increased three to four times in size. (Photos by Yang Jie)

In order to save her son’s life, the mother who was […]Read more…