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Furry Child: Chinese Girl’s Body Covered by Black Spots & Fur

A 6-year-old Chinese girl in Guizhou, China has a rare skin condition where black spots and dark fur grow all over her body.

A 6-year-old Chinese girl in Guizhou, China has a rare skin condition where black spots and dark fur grow all over her body.

From NetEase:

Guizhou Qingzhen “furry child” abandoned at two years old, 60% of body covered with fur

June 5th, 6-year-old Lili of Liuchang village of Qingzhen county city in Guizhou province, the left side of her face covered with black fur, with large and small black spots all over her body. When she was 2 years old, her mother left the family never to return, her father took her to a childcare nursery and disappeared without a trace, and it was kind-hearted distant relative Liu Mingying who brought her back from Guiyang to the village. She has now reached school age and though the school is right in front of her home, attending school is still something unattainable for Lili. Qianzhong Morning News/CFP

Lili was born with these black spots, and when she was two years old, her mother could no longer stand this “fur child”, and in her frustration abandoned Lili, never to return. Her father, who had been working long-term in Guiyang brought her to a children’s nursery, and never reappeared.

A 6-year-old Chinese girl in Guizhou, China has a rare skin condition. 60% of her skin is covered by these black spots and dark fur.

In the half year she stayed at the nursery, Lili scared the other nursery children to tears. The person in charge of the nursery put an ad in the newspaper, asking Lili’s family to take her home. By coincidence, an uncle working in a Guiyang repair shop saw that newspaper ad that day, called Liu Mingying, and good-hearted Liu Mingying took her back to the village.

A 6-year-old Chinese girl in Guizhou, China has a rare skin condition. 60% of her skin is covered by these black spots and dark fur.

While taking photographs, Lili was constantly scratching these black spots. Lili says these black spots only itch but don’t hurt. Naughtily, she even used her finger to point at these black spots but upon counting to 5, she couldn’t count any further. She says she doesn’t know what number comes after 5.

A 6-year-old Chinese girl in Guizhou, China has a rare skin condition. 60% of her skin is covered by these black spots and dark fur.

There are black spots the size of fists and coins spread over her body. On these spots also grow downy black fur. These black spots cover over 60% of her skin.

A 6-year-old Chinese girl in Guizhou, China has a rare skin condition. 60% of her skin is covered by these black spots and dark fur.

Lili is very lively and energetic, and loves to laugh. She also tries to find other children to play with, but the other little children either run away scared or make fun of her. Over time, Lili had a nickname: Little Monkey.

A 6-year-old Chinese girl in Guizhou, China has a rare skin condition. 60% of her skin is covered by these black spots and dark fur.

Just 100 meters across the front of her home is the village primary school, but Lili has never gone inside. Not only is it because her family is poor, they’re also deathly afraid of the little children who normally call her “Little Monkey” not accepting her.

Comments from NetEase:

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月君 [网易江苏省连云港市网友]:

Genetic mutation, atavism, something the present world is unable to cure/treat. Poor child, you will only have a future if you are adopted by Americans!

凡人逍遥子 [网易福建省泉州市网友]:

So unlucky, this will affect her and her family for the rest of their lives.
Experts, time to get to work!

李未未 [网易山东省潍坊市网友]:

Unlucky child, also born in this kind country where there is a widespread lack of sympathy. But hopefully there will be a kind-hearted person who can help cure her disease.

天空水 [网易广东省广州市网友]:

Where’s the Red Cross? Where’s the so and so “charitable fund”? Someone said only by being adopted by Imperialist America will she have a future. I think that’s true.

谁是贼 [网易北京市网友]:

I wish the best for this ugly duckling!!!

拆迁队陆政委 [网易福建省泉州市网友]:

Heaven has no eyes, poor child, why does this kind of suffering always fall upon the ordinary common people!
————At the same time, may apes [“ape” is a pun for public servants/government officials”] soon lose the ability to reproduce!!

网易广东省网友: (responding to above)

I actually wish that government officials will all become like this child, their bodies covered entirely with fur, because then research into this area will be sped up and there will be hope for this child.

流氓小亨 [网易江西省南昌市网友]:

Poor girl! She was supposed to enjoy her parents’ love! She was supposed to have a happy childhood… The parents were helpless! …
Sincerely hope society will give help. May she be cured soon so that a happy childhood can be returned to her!!!!

I网I易I [网易天津市网友]:

China Red Cross!
China’s UNICEF (the one that is always advertising)!!
You all pretend to be dead when it comes time for you to put up money!??!!

d囧b [网易山东省济南市网友]:

Poor child.

wikifan [网易浙江省杭州市网友]:

Laser can be used to remove the hair follicles and colored spots. It’s just that it’d cost tens of thousands.

网易四川省网友:

The child only knows how to count to 5…. Can you publicize a bank account number? Those who want to donate can donate a bit, so the child can complete an education.

xjxoops [网易广东省惠州市网友]:

It’s not melanoma is it? With this many spots, they’ll become cancerous when she grows up.

秋叶红如火 [网易广东省佛山市网友]:

Wolverine, your offspring from when you were in China, its time you take her back to make X-Men III.

网易湖北省襄阳市手机网友:

Hope some expert/specialist can cure/treat her for free.

偶像恩里克 [网易山东省青岛市网友]:

NetEase, please continue to pay attention to this little girl, so that we may join hands in helping her. This age is short, it should be a time of enjoying one’s childhood. Lili, I wish you the best, and I hope you can quickly regain normalcy with everyone’s help.

江北一狼 [网易广东省广州市网友]:

Isn’t elementary school compulsory, why does she not have money to go to school? Or is it the same as it is here where we are, where there is no tuition but a mess of other [costs and fees prevent her from being able to go to school]?

print5518 [网易广东省深圳市网友]:

Such a pitiful child! Where’s the Red Cross and charities!? When you really need them, they all pretend they’re blind! Then they take the people’s blood and sweat money to go subsidize those old government officials who get so many thousands in retirement pay already. What a travesty! This is the shame of our country’s people!

网易广东省深圳市手机网友:

Although our company isn’t doing well, we are still willing to donate money so this child can go to school. Telephone number 18688691752.

wang8896627 [网易安徽省网友]: (responding to above)

It’s not a problem of money. Compulsory education these days doesn’t cost much money, but the discrimination by other children will only hurt her more.
I hope the adult can take her to see doctors. If it can be treated, then everyone can donated money for her treatment. If it can’t be treated, then we can only hope that she has a happy life.

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