Don’t give baby to others anymore

Fertility rates in Japan, Singapore, and South Korea are declining, and China will no longer have the advantage of rapid population growth in the short term, and Asian babies should be more and more precious.

A few years ago, when I saw German Chancellor Angela Merkel, there was often a handsome Asian guy under the age of forty. He was the German Federal Chancellor Philip Rosler. Rosler was the chairman of the German Liberal Democratic Party at the age of thirty-eight, and served as state minister of labor, transportation, federal health, and federal science and technology. On the resume, Rosler was born in 1973. In fact, he may not have an accurate birthday. He was a Vietnamese orphan. His parents died in the Vietnam War. He was adopted by a German couple at the Catholic Orphanage in Saigon when he was nine months old. Back to Germany. At the age of four, the adoptive parents divorced. He grew up with his adoptive father, who was a flight instructor, and entered the Hanover Medical School. After becoming an ophthalmologist, he joined the army and took part in politics. Rosler, a Vietnamese, has a very good eloquence. He can continue speaking for an hour without reading the speech. In Germany, his reputation can be compared with that of US President Barack Obama, and he belongs to a dark horse in politics.

There are two politicians of tragic orphans like Rosler. There are currently two in France, which sounds very godly: if you want to count fifty important officials of the current French government, there are two orphanages from South Korea, Minister of Culture Flo · Belleland and the Green Party Senator John Vinson Ballasse. Belleland was adopted when he was six months old, and Balasse lived in an orphanage in Seoul until he was seven years old. He was adopted by a French Catholic lawyer and couple. He was naturalized at the age of nine and studied in France.

The United States, Canada and France are the three countries with the most adopted children in the world. It seems that they are particularly good at adopting children. Are people in these countries more conscious than people in other countries? Raising a child costs a lot of money, and it takes time and energy. A person does not lie on the sofa and watch TV. He prefers to find a child of an individual to cultivate it. Isn’t he seeking hardship? Since the ancestors of the Chinese, the Chinese have paid attention to the same lineage and passed down the lineages. It is easy to raise white-eyed wolves in children who are fostered by others.

Regarding “unfamiliar”, I have the opposite story. My cousin in Amsterdam came to my house for my annual vacation. When I got off the plane, I pulled out a Dutch newspaper to show me: A pair of French baby girls were wrongly held when they were born. They were compensated by the hospital 20 years later. The hospital was originally in Cannes. My little daughter was beside, when she said that she knew too much about it, and it was her female partner Manon who was wrong. Manon’s parents were white, and her skin was a little dark when she was born. At that time, her parents did not care much. By the age of nine, the child’s mixed blood characteristics became more and more obvious. Manon’s father began to suspect that his wife had an affair and had to do a genetic test. The test results confirmed that Manon was not his own child, but also not his wife’s child, so he went to the hospital and got the record on the day of the child’s birth. Manon was born with mild jaundice and was placed in an incubator with a special light source. At that time, there were one male, two female and three babies in the obstetrics department who needed this treatment, while the hospital had only two incubators. The nurse put the two little baby girls in the same incubator and somehow made a mistake. Manon’s mother Sophie then found that her child’s hair was much thicker than a few days ago, but finally brought the child back home. This lawsuit has been played for more than ten years. As soon as this year ended, it was seen in the news of various countries in various languages. The ending was that the two received a score of 1.8 million euros. There was also an ending newspaper that did not follow up. My younger daughter said that the mother and daughter, Manon and Sophie, had the greatest fear in their heart on the night when they learned the genetic test results: Will they be separated? Both mothers took the biological parents who recovered their daughters as a desperate warning. Of course, the two girls who were mistaken quickly found their own biological parents and actively maintained a relationship for two years, but after all, they failed to persevere. They should not leave their own home and go to the one who grew up with themselves. The same blood family, even if the two families are only 30 kilometers apart.

In the 50 years since the Korean War, 200,000 orphans have been adopted by foreign countries, including more than 11,000 orphans adopted by France. After the prosperity of South Korea in 1980, the government provided a large amount of funds and manpower to help the orphans return to the country to find their roots for the sake of “decent” considerations and “guilt against abandoned babies”, but the results were not satisfactory. When these orphans grow up, they can’t talk about resenting their parents or understanding their parents. Their parents give away, sell, or abandon their children to others. This is something that only indecent people can do. The fertility rates of Japan, Singapore, and South Korea are all declining, and China will no longer have the advantage of rapid population growth in the short term. Asian babies should be more and more precious. Let’s stop exporting orphans and abandoned babies. Otherwise, he Or she will grow up in a foreigner’s family and have no relationship with us-the minister of others.