Parents who have lost an only child prematurely, known as “shidu,” say they are...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 28, 2010
Zhao Lianhai, who was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for leading protests against milk contamination that made his son sick, has been released. A message allegedly written by Mr. Zhao posted online asks for privacy...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 18, 2010
CNN profiles Wu Youjian, who has become a spokesperson for parents of gays in China after her own son came out as a teenager: Wu now devotes her time and energy to speaking up for gay acceptance by family and society. Her small...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 10, 2009
A year after the scandal over contaminated milk broke in China, parents whose children died are being prevented from gathering, AP reports: Zhao Lianhai, the father of a sickened child who has rallied other families through a...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 19, 2009
From a column from Forbes: What gets Chinese people out in the streets demonstrating every time? Forcing parents to abide by a one-child policy, and then letting someone kill the one child to save a buck. That is what happened...
by Paulina Hartono | May 2, 2009
The lives of many Sichuan parents were changed forever when their children fell victim to shoddy school construction in the May 2008 Sichuan earthquake. Jill Drew of the Washington Post covers their stories: Fuxin No. 2 Primary...
by dwang | Apr 3, 2009
China has jailed eight parents and teachers after uncovering elaborate schemes to help students pass the college entrance exams, tests which often determine the socioeconomic fate of young people and their future dependents in...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 16, 2009
Following an easing of family planning restrictions for families who lost children in the May earthquake in Sichuan, authorities are now reporting that 757 of these women are now expecting again. From AP: The exemptions to...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 2, 2009
As Sanlu dairy company executives face trial over the contaminated milk scandal which killed six and sickened thousands of children, parents called for further research into the effects of the chemical melamine, which was found...
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