Made in China – Hamish McDonald

From the Sydney Morning Herald:

In a bland five-storey building on Beijing’s Baiguang Road, Chinese Government officials are peering closely at photographs of middle-aged Westerners, their eyes darting constantly across to another set of pictures, close-ups of tiny, spiky-haired Chinese babies.

The Westerners are some of the 15,000 or so foreign couples and single would-be parents who each year travel to China to start or extend their family by . The babies are the current crop available for from one of hundreds of government orphanages around the country.


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