• Cass Phang!! It's been a long time since I saw her news.
  • It's good that they all have a close-knitted support group.
  • @hetieshou There are so many horror stories of disabled children being exploited or s*xually abused when their parents are no longer around. I recalled there was a case last year or something where a woman on life support was repeatedly r*ped and nobody knew until she gave birth. Anyone who knowingly and consciously give birth to children with disabilities (despite being warned by doctors) are truly cruel and irrational.
  • @rika I totally agree and I remember one of my former friend’s mom getting an abortion because she feared that her unborn child was going to be born with deformities and disabilities as she was taking medications that affected her pregnancy. Being discriminated against is one thing, but as parents, you cannot accompany your children for life so if they were not capable of being independent then who would take care of them after you are gone? I doubt anyone would want to marry someone with disabilities. It would be a big burden.
  • @aktf Maybe sugar "daddies". Not surprised if it's more than one.
  • @hetieshou If I have genetic or health issues, I love my (unborn) children enough not to bring them to a world that is so unforgiving and discriminating of people with disabilities. But I guess we can never understand the mindset of people who want to be martyrs...
  • @rika I totally agree and glad you bought up such good points as others would be praising her saying that she is being so selfless and sacrificing so much just to be a good mother. Honestly, if it were me, I would just adopt as it would abuse my body and most importantly hurt my children. A true mother would want their child to live a healthy and happy life. Must everyone have biological kids to be happy? Some things are just not meant to be so why force it? There are many wonderful children who need a loving home and family who will love them. Irene Wan adopted as she thought she couldn’t have a child or was afraid of childbirth. She is now happy and same with her son. Great question you asked, what is she trying to prove? Maybe she wants to prove that she is selfless and noble mother for enduring so much just to achieve motherhood. Another option was to get a surrogate but she did not do that too. You truly wonder..
  • @rika I heard about the linking, I thought it’s innocent comparison. didn’t know it was such a humiliation that they banned it! Exactly like emperors of the old dynasties
  • @rika I truly do not understand their mentality, they want to know what going on outside their world yet cry foul when they see what they don’t want to know.
  • @bubbles23 Mainland Chinese people use VPN to get away with the ban. There are tons of them in YouTube.
  • @conan2209 People made fun of XJP using Winnie the Pooh. See the link below. https://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-china-blog-40627855
  • @hetieshou Precisely! Giving birth is not the only way to be experience motherhood. There are so many abandoned children who need loving families and here in this article, we see someone so terribly selfish who will do whatever it costs to give birth even though the child might end up with permanent health issues or disabilities. I mean, does she truly love her children or is she just in love with the idea that she will be known as a "noble mother" for facing so much challenges? What exactly is she trying to prove?
  • @rika I know what you mean and I wonder why she could not adopt? I was reading about Ken Chu and his wife and Ken was suffering from a disease so may not be able to have kids. Therefore, they were considering adoption. I wonder why some frown at adoption? I can see why as I saw it with 2 of my late aunts. One of them was fine and openly told her kids and everyone about it. Her adopted kids loved her until her last day and were wonderful to her. My other aunt was very selfish and tried to hide it even though her adopted daughter knew already and everyone in our family knows too. I do not know why she was trying to hide from. What was her purpose of hiding? She was selfish and was afraid my cousin would not take care of her in old age is she knew she was not her biological mother. Plus, she has a son from a previous marriage too and poured all money and resources onto him while my cousin supported her. I find it sad but everyone should be honest when adopting kids. The bond that you grow when raising them is way more important than just giving birth to them and abandoning them. You know the saying, a birth mother is not as mightily and dedicated as an adopted mother that raises you.
  • @rika I didn’t know they banned Pooh! When was that and cos it’s yellow? Goodness, I’m going to Guess Disney will change Winnie to Blue in HK/China to appease these folks. LOL
  • @conan2209 Well, considering they banned Winnie the Pooh........I am not surprised if Pikachu is next on the list. Haha.
  • @rika I was curious enough to ask. It’s likely cos they have yellow helmet on them. In one of their first riots (Umbrella revolution), folks for democracy had on them yellow ribbons while those pro government had on them blue ribbons. Since then, they’re labelled yellow and blue gang. Now I wonder if they ban Pikachu in Hong Kong. He is bright yellow! LOL
  • "Yurou now has two children, a daughter and an eleven-year-old son who has AADC deficiency, a rare disease of the central nervous system which leads to developmental delays and weak muscle tone." If her body cannot handle pregnancy, ffs, why did she gambled with her children's lives where they have a high risk to be born and live with permanent disabilities? All just for her single selfish desire to be a mother? Damn.
  • Since the mods didn't add the picture Sharon Chan posted in her Instagram, you can see it at the link below. As someone pointed out above, it is more religious than political in nature. Though my guess is those stupid netizens might have been triggered because it showed a girl wearing black T-shirt and black gloves in Jesus' embrace. The guy behind the girl is also dressed in a similar fashion. The netizens could have equated the picture with Sharon empathizing with the protestors. https://www.hk01.com/%E5%8D%B3%E6%99%82%E5%A8%9B%E6%A8%82/511498/%E9%99%B3%E6%95%8F%E4%B9%8B%E7%96%91%E5%9B%A0%E4%B8%80%E5%BC%B5%E5%9C%96%E6%BF%80%E5%AC%B2%E5%85%A7%E5%9C%B0%E7%B6%B2%E6%B0%91-%E8%A2%AB%E9%A3%9B%E5%87%BA-%E9%A3%9B%E8%99%8E3-%E9%99%B3%E7%85%92%E8%87%A8%E6%99%82%E9%A0%82%E4%B8%8A
  • @hetieshou I don't know how "tainted" their father's credit ratings are. If he had overleveraged or history of poor repayment habits, legal financial institutions might not want to lend to him. Yeah, I feel sorry for the brothers as illegal money lenders are worse than vampires. They will keep leeching and sucking every penny out of them. I can't imagine how much mental turmoil they have been suffering to shoulder their father's debts.
  • @rika Oh yea that is true which is why I wish people would never borrow from those illegal moneylenders. I wonder why their dad did not take out loans from legal money lenders instead of these illegal ones as it seems they are paying forever and still have not paid it off yet. I feel so bad for them and have known them since their debut and have never heard of this. They kept saying good things about their dad and all so I never heard of it. I guess paper cannot hide fire.
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