11-Year-Old Chinese Boy Donates Organs to Save Others

Chinese doctors bow to the body of an 11-year-old boy who donated his organs to save others after dying from brain cancer.

Liang Yaoyi, an 11-year-old Chinese boy who decided to donate his organs to save others before he died from a brain tumor.

From QQ:

11-Year-Old Primary School Student from Shenzhen Donates Organs Before His Death to Save Others

The only 11-year-old primary school student Liang Yaoyi from Shenzhen suffered from a brain tumour and shortly before his death, he decided to donate his kidneys and liver. On June 6th, his wish was fulfilled and within eight hours, the organs that he had donated were able to save several lives. Photo is of his room in the intensive care unit, where little Yaoyi had already lost consciousness and no longer able to close his eyes by himself, so the nurses put a thick layer of medical cream onto his eyes.

Chinese doctors bow to the body of an 11-year-old boy who donated his organs to save others after dying from brain cancer.

The suffering caused by the tumour even caused him he to change his personal dreams and aspirations. If he could only survive, he would become a doctor, and cure everybody’s illnesses. Previously, he had just want to become a big boss that earned lots of money, so he could take care of his mother in the future. Regrettably, he would not be able to become a doctor, and thus he decided to donate his organs as well as his own body to a medical school, therefore fulfilling his dream of entering a medical university in this way. Photo is of after the operation was completed, when doctors pushed his body out of the operating room, and bowed to Yaoyi and his mother three times. At this moment, his mother covered her face, and cried bitterly.

Comments from QQ:


I hope the medical school will honour the dignity of the deceased after they have dealt with the body. They should not just randomly discard the bodies of others but instead give them an honourable burial.

書 生鹅卵石 (responding to above)

Have you been to a medical school? Where did you see that they randomly discard bodies?

469328539 (also responding to 举报鹅卵石)

The remains must be returned to the family.

酒中仙鹅卵石 (also responding to 举报鹅卵石)

Every part of the body is of use to medical science, so it will not be discarded much less buried.


*crying* Whenever I see such a scene I feel completely dejected. The best explanation for life, is exactly this. Rest in peace little Yaoyi. In heaven there will be no more sickness, there will be no more pain.


Liang Yaoyi, you will touch everybody [with your action]! Rest in peace.

1 2 3 木头人~

What a good child! I believe humans have a soul, and may his wishes come true in the world of spirits.


The life of the child will continue in the people who received the transplants!


Rest in peace. I hope that you will find more happiness and cheerfulness in the other world.


Rest in peace child, you will live forever in our hearts.


Good child… may you rest in peace. In heaven there is no sickness and pain…to see such a fine child with such a fate… fate really likes to play jokes on people!


A great soul originates in a noble mind.


Written by Anja


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