What a horrible, horrible tragedy. One heroic mother has died trying to save her baby from being crushed by an escalator at a mall in Beijing, China. So sad.
A young mother, Xiang Liujua, 30, has sadly died trying to save her baby. She was reportedly at a shopping mall in Beijing, China, on July 27 when something terrible happened — the escalator’s platform collapsed. In the final seconds before her life was taken, she was able to toss her two-year-old son to safely, before falling into the escalator’s gap.
The six-year-old boy who fell victim to a nasty family dispute is finally getting his ears reattached after crazed aunt cut them off.
A 6-year-old Chinese boy named Wang Yufan has recently gotten his ears reattached after aunt, Zhang Qihui, 35, cut them off. The boy was heard screaming by neighbors, who came to his rescue, detained his aunt and called the police.
Jenny is a true good samaritan! She left Hollywood and filmmaking to set her attention on a bigger cause — adoption in China.
Jenny Bowen, now 66, was 50 years old when she decided to adopt a little girl in 1997. She was working as a filmmaker with her husband, Dick Bowen, but all of that changed when they found their new passion and careers — adoption in China. After winning the prestigious Purpose Prize award in 2011, it’s no surprise Jenny is nominated again in 2012.