Though some orphanages said they no longer pay money for children, one worker at an orphanage in Hunan Province said they would pay £300 for a baby. The child required no identification.And the beat goes on. . . .
"We'll arrange to meet somewhere at 4am or 5am, you abandon the baby there, and then I'll pick her up. That's how it works," she said, during a recorded telephone call.
When asked where the child would end up, she said that most adoptive couples were foreign. Chinese families, she said, were "not rich enough".
Friday, October 14, 2011
Baby-Buying by Chinese Orphanages
Sky News (UK) is reporting on their own under-cover investigation that Chinese orphanages are still buying babies, despite recent news about past adoption scandals: