China, Anshan Abandoned Baby Girl Less than One Day Old Found with Throat Slashed, Saved

Baby Girl Weighing Just 1.45 kg (3.20 lbs) Throat Was Slashed

Baby Girl Now Hospitalized in Intensive Care Unit in China, Anshan

(New Tang Dynasty)

On the morning of the 23 July a man scavenging garbage cans in China, Anshan discovered a plastic bag that felt soft to the touch–opening the bag, he discovered an abandoned baby covered with blood.

The baby girl less than one day old was sent to the neonatal ward of Anshan Hospital, according to the child’s attending physician Dr Fu, “I saw a premature baby born not 24 hours, her umbilical cord still not broken…bruised, cold body weighing 1.45 kg breathing very weak, she was suffering from a lack of oxygen as it was apparent this baby was in a plastic bag for a long time.” 

Sadly, abandoned babies (especially little girls) are not a rare occurrence in Anshan as in most parts of China due to the nations Obama Endorsed One Child Policy and the fees needed to pay to have a second or third child.

Full post here from New Tang Dynasty China Blog

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Chinese Historical Society San Francisco Hosting Book Event: “Forbidden Citizens”

(Chinese Historical Society of America)

Following passage last year of Senate Res 201 expressing regret for the Chinese Exclusion Act Covington & Burling, LLP Martin Gold, penned Forbidden Citizens: Chinese Exclusion and the U.S. Congress: A Legislative History a book, that for the first time traces the timeline and background of those laws.

Acting in a pro-bono capacity on behalf of the Chinese-American Community, Covington helped to secure adoption of Senate Res 201

In “Forbidden Citizens” Mr Gold, documents the legislative debates and actual texts of the 9 exclusion measures, quoting both supporters and opponents of the bill in full detail.

Chinese Historical Society of America is pleased to host author and attorney Martin Gold at the Chinese Historical Society Museum, 965 Clay Street, San Francisco on Tuesday, 24 July, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Frank Wu, Dean of UC Hastings College of Law in San Francisco will also join Mr Gold, in a discussion about “Forbidden Citizens” and the current legislative developments seeking an apology for the 1882 Chinese Exclusion laws.

More here from Chinese Historical Society of America

“Restoring the Light” Powerful Must See Independent Documentary

Restoring the Light Powerful Must See Documentary

China’s rapid economic development has left behind cast rural areas still fighting for basic survival needs.

A local physician’s personal quest to bring transformative healthcare to the remote villages of northwest China reveals an intimate portrait of an unobserved rural community.

Restoring the Light explores how one doctor, two disabled families, an inspired young woman, her brave grandmother and an optimistic young boy retain hope and resilience in the face of enormous  social and economic pressures that threaten to unravel their lives.

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Los Angeles Chinatown Summer Nights

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Apple iPhone 5 Ice Cream in China

iPhone 5 Ice Cream

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China, Liaoning Province the most popular ice cream among students is called the “iPhone 5″ ice cream which costs 1 Yuan (.16 USD)

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