Little Fatty Chinese Boy Weighs 62kg, Only 4-Years-Old

Xiao Hao at school after finishing eating.

From Tiexue:

Guangdong 4-year-old little chubby’s weight is over 60kg

Xiao Hao eating a chicken wing looking adorable.

Xiao Hao eating a chicken wing looking adorable

March 29th, Guangdong province Foshan city fatty baby Xiao Hao [Little Hao], just 4-years-old this year, at a height of 1.1m, but weighing 62kg.

Xiao Hao, an overweight 4-year-old boy in Foshan, Guangdong, China walking with his parents.

Xiao Hao’s parents’ bodies aren’t fat, and when he was born, his weight was only 2.6kg.

However, as he got older, his weight and weight and height grew out of control.

An obese 4-year-old child in Guangdong, China and his mother.

Many times exceeding the weight of his peers, it is difficult for his mother to handle him.

Xiao Hao's mother helps him bathe. Weighing 62kg, Xiao Hao is both taller and heavier than other children his age.

Xiao Hao bathing with the help of his mother.

Xiao Hao’s parents brought their son first to the Foshan and then to the Guangzhou and other hospitals, but checks of his hormone levels are all normal, so that even doctors are puzzled by the cause of his obesity.

4-year-old Chinese "fatty" Xiao Hao taking a nap at school.

Xiao Hao napping in his kindergarten.

According to doctors, Xiao Hao’s brain does not have any problems, and that his obesity is very likely caused by eating habits and other factors.

Xiao Hao at school after finishing eating.

Now, Xiao Hao’s parents have begun to accept doctors’ advice, starting to strictly control their son’s meal portions, hoping to control their son’s weight.

Xiao Hao, a 4-year-old overweight Chinese little boy taking his midday nap next to a classmate.

Xiao Hao during his noontime nap in his kindergarten.

Weighing over 60kg, Guangdong's Xiao Hao is seen here with his classmates.

Compared to his peers, Xiao Hao is like a Big Mac.

Xiao Hao exercising with a ball.

Xiao Hao engaging in physical exercise.

Whenever Xiao Hao’s parents have time, they’ll take Xiao Hao jogging around the village. In addition to this, in accordance with their son’s interests, they try to foster in him more physical hobbies. Xiao Hao’s father says that his biggest wish is for his son to lose weight in a healthy manner.

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Comments from Tiexue:


Sigh, I’m relatively sympathetic to fat people, because I am one of them, although I’ve now lost weight down to nearly 50kg, after just one year. Little fatty jia you! Just stick with it and it’s possible! Those who want to lose weight can come find me, I’ll teach everyone how to lose fat for free.


I think the cause is still eating habits, and what more, the root of it is with the parents.
The little guy was only 2.6kg when he was born, actually comparatively small, possibly born before the expected delivery date. The parents were [probably] very worried and did everything they could to feed and make up for that. What more, they [probably] were afraid of the child running into things, so they didn’t let him exercise, always holding/protecting him.
One more inference, the grandparents [probably] love their grandson very much, and spoil him, and the grandparents are very strong when it comes to the little guy’s education/upbringing, meaning his parents basically don’t have much say.


That photo of him working out is so handsome!


Little guy, work hard to lose fat, jia you.


Poor second-generation [the child of poor parents, opposite of “wealthy second-generation”], what point is it for you to be fat? It will only increase the burden on your family, because as a fatty, you just have to eat.


Could it be that eating too much food from KFC, McDonald’s and the like? Looking at the child, I don’t think exercise alone will bring down his weight.


Only 4-years-old and they’ve raised a 60kg child, this parents~~~, are you raising a pig? So irresponsible! And letting him eat chicken wings! Rather, it should be 3 meals every day of vegetables and half a bowl of rice, and only meat once a week! If he won’t eat it, let him go hungry~~~ If this continues, you’re going to end up just harming your child…


The parent let the child eat too many snacks when he was small, always afraid of the child going being hungry and not having enough nutrition.

In fact, it is most difficult for a child to lose weight, because if they eat too much, they can’t lose it, but if they eat too little, you’re also afraid of affecting his growth and development. Controlling your child’s food from when they are small is the best way!


Seeing the child like this, I am not amused at all and instead feel very depressed. The child is currently in a stage of growth and development, so I hope the child’s parents will not be “soft-hearted” and must have the child lower his weight, otherwise you will harm the child for the rest of his life!


Fatty fatty, don’t lose fat! Just be healthy. Below are the results of an American black person and white person after losing weight.

Brown Shar Pei dog.

White Shar Pei dog.

What do you think? About obesity? In children or adults?


Written by Fauna

Fauna is a mysterious young Shanghainese girl who lives in the only place a Shanghainese person would ever want to live: Shanghai. In mid-2008, she started chinaSMACK to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English. Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. At least, reading and writing-wise. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.


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