Do these things happen in China a lot too like it happens in the US? teen girl flushed a new born down toilet?

Question by Obama Bin Lying: Do these things happen in China a lot too like it happens in the US? teen girl flushed a new born down toilet?
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/04/03/national/main3993149.shtml

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Answer by MaggieChen
i am sorry to hear it, it is a sad story, the girl only 14 years old, he born a baby? it sounds a joke.
she even flush her baby down toilet.
God, please forgive her! save her son!

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4 thoughts on “Do these things happen in China a lot too like it happens in the US? teen girl flushed a new born down toilet?”

  1. So sad. Surely, such things happen all over the world… China included, except when they can sell the baby on the black market.

    “Other adoption related abduction of children has recently been alleged in China and reports indicate that in some rural areas local authorities have removed children from families—using the one-child rule as rationale—and it is believed that the children were taken to institutions for ICA.”
    http://www.hagueevaluation.com/convention_responsible_for_slowdown

    Like it or not, the PRC government not only promotes officials for enforcing the “one-child policy” (not so bad), but it encourages them to steal children, process fraudulant paperwork to get them to adoption agencies, ship them overseas, and collect a tidy sum of money for doing so. This is State-supported kidnapping.
    http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=364×6644
    http://sites.google.com/site/internationaladoptionfacts/home/child-abductions-increase-in-china

    International Adoption From China:

    •Child abductions increase in China (Kathrin Hille in Beijing and Patti Waldmeir in Shanghai, Financial Times, February 14 2011)

    •Chinese crackdown nets thousands of ‘stolen’ children (Aileen McCabe, Canwest News Service, October 29, 2009)
    Excerpt: “The girls are often sold … to agencies that arrange foreign adoptions.”

    •Stolen Chinese children rescued (Emily Buchanan, BBC News Video: October 28, 2009). [off-site link]
    •Stolen babies a new industry in China’s villages (Carolyn Moynihan, Taiwan News, October 10, 2009)

    •A young Chinese girl pines for her twin (Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times, September 20, 2009)
    •Chinese babies stolen by officials for foreign adoption (Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times, September 20, 2009)

    •Parents seek answers after children abducted (John Vause, CNN, August 10, 2009)
    •China babies ‘sold for adoption’ (BBC News, July 2 2009)
    •China’s Kidnapped Children (Video: Kidnapped children being sold in China, June 4, 2009) [off-site link]
    •Kidnappers swoop on China’s girls (Michael Sheridan, The Sunday Times, May 31, 2009)

    •Police in China Break Up Baby Trafficking Ring,, 40 Infants Rescued (Staff, AP News, September 7, 2007)
    •Stealing Babies for Adoption: With U.S. Couples Eager to Adopt, Some Infants Are Abducted and Sold in China (Peter S. Goodman
    Washington Post Foreign Service, Sunday, March 12, 2006)
    •China halts baby trafficking ring (Francis Markus, BBC correspondent in Shanghai, July 13, 2004)
    •China’s Baby Traffickers: In rural Yunnan, poverty and the strict family-planning policy spawn a harrowing trade in infants (Hannah Beech, Time Asia, January 8, 2001, Vol 157, No. 1)

    http://sites.google.com/site/internationaladoptionfacts/

  2. Sad to say, it happens much more often in China than in the U.S. This girl, still a young child, panicked and did a terrible thing.

    But what is worse is the cold, calculating manner in which adult Chinese parents abandon and kill girl babies, often leaving them in garbage dumps: http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/story?id=130158&page=1

    Author, Xinran Xue, reports that it is very common for older women to strangle or smother a baby girl:
    http://www.csmonitor.com/Books/Book-Reviews/2011/0503/Message-From-An-Unknown-Chinese-Mother-Stories-of-Love-and-Loss

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