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What happens to Chinese society? ( regarding the video of the 2 year old girl ran up twice) I mean , ok , horrible things happen in every country we all have serial killers or whatever ..but I can't understand how on earth 18 people can see a little girl ran up by a vehicle and lying I guess crying and do nothing! then a second vehicle smashes her again... and no one helps the girl . I guess it might have been dark and the CCTV cameras have "night vision" which is far superior to human eyes at night but even so ,... I just can't believe things like this can happen.
Great answers here, THANKS EVERYONE @ Craftylass - Just for the record I am not rich and once I paid the equivalent to 300usd for the medical care of a stray dog I suddenly found and that was the money I usually use for transportation and buying my food in one month. For another of my dogs (stray) I paid 2000 in medical bills and that's like the money I save in one year. @ SAHMOnTh & Border Collie- you are right , its the same in my country , when a good samaritan appears in most of the cases he /she is unfairly blamed. @MIssanthrope - . . .
While it is right to ask, “What’s wrong with these people?” it’s wrong to sit in your comfortable home, filled with moral outrage and smugly say, “I would never have done that.” Perhaps in your home country, you may well have NOT done the same thing, but you need to have more details about the medical situation in China. It’s easy to say, “At least call an ambulance!” However, did you know that in China, an ambulance won’t take a patient without a companion who can pay the ambulance fee? That fee must be paid in cash. It’s easy to say, “At least take her to a hospital!” However, did you know that in China, an emergency room must be paid in advance before a doctor will see a patient? Last year, my husband suffered a severe head injury. Friends called an ambulance and went with him to the emergency room. They paid the 280 Chinese dollars (yuan) fee. They paid the 500 yuan fee to the emergency room since I hadn’t gotten there yet. Most hospitals in China do not have orderlies. When my husband needed a new-york scan, his friends and I had to roll his gurney to another building for the procedure. We had to move him from the gurney to the new-york scan table ourselves. When it was obvious that my husband would need to be admitted to the hospital as an in-patient, a 10,000 yuan deposit was required before admission. There is no treatment before knowing where the money is going to come from. So think about it . . . if you KNEW that in order to help a total stranger that you would need to pay 280 dollars (I’m putting this in US money) to the ambulance; 500 dollars to the emergency room and then 10,000 dollars to the hospital, would you be as quick to help? Would you be willing to empty your pockets, especially if you had no idea who the little girl was, who her family was and especially if you knew there would be the possibility that you would never see your money again? This country is barely 30 years out of starvation/major malnutrition mode. At least half, if not more, of the population remembers true scarcity. I have a friend who can recalls having only one apple a week growing up because his family was too poor to buy fruit every day. When I asked my students what they wished they have more money for, many of them said, “snacks.” For many in this country, not having enough money can be the difference between having merely rice or noodles for a meal, or rice with vegetables. Meat is still a luxury for scores of people. Milk on a daily basis is unheard of for a large majority of my students. I am not condoning the behavior that was seen in that video of Yue Yue. I am not excusing it. However, I am asking people to have some understanding of the culture before casting judgment. I have read some incredibly cruel statements on the internet and it causes my heart to break. Yue Yue is not the only victim here. The entire country is a victim of being in a spiritual vacuum where money is the truest god most people know. Hopefully, Yue Yue will be an instrument of change. In spite of China being the world’s second largest economy, it is important to realize that in spite of the glistening buildings, the glamorous Olympic games, the shining Shanghai Expo, that much of the country and much of her infrastructure is still developing. Walk a mile (or a kilometer) or more in their shoes. Better yet, live their lives for an extended period of time. Then, be filled with compassion for all involved.
It is easy for us to judge, but we have to remember that the culture is different over there. I think Craftylass gives an excellent explanation as to why this may have happened. Another thing to consider is that while we have laws to protect good samaritans, there have been several high profile cases in China where the good samaritan was blamed, fined and/or even jailed. The Chinese justice system is nothing like ours.
Every time I read one of these questions about this small 2 year old child I think about what sorry low lives these people are. And yes you are right about all countries having bad people, but it is much different having a bad person that does bad things and having 18 people pass by a 2 year old child in severe pain and turn their heads so they do not have to look and see her pain. I myself think these people should have to pay everyday for the rest of their lives. Unlike DL and this other Chinese girl living in the US, they make excuses for this kind of behavior,I think there is nothing anybody could say that would justify the inaction these low life critters took. I read that the first man called the family and the news people and wanted to give them some money, hang this piece of trash from a light pole! Humans can in no way avoid helping children. These people were no more human than the piece of crap humans flush down the drain is and they should be thought of the same way. I think of how quick a child can disappear and how lucky most parents are to find them unharmed, this poor lady was not so lucky. My heart and my wife's heart goes out to these parents who have had their life destroyed by these lazy sorry things that need to be removed from the people who have to tolerate them each day.
They walked by, doesn't mean they saw the girl. if they didn't see the girl, then they didn't ''ignore'' either. most of the people didn't even look at the girl's direction, i don't think they saw her. if i walk in the dark at night, i will look forward facing the place i want to be, i wouldn't look to the side and look to the ground. i know some people are like that, because they want to find money on the ground so they look low all the time. also people don't EXPECT to see a bloody child lying on the street, it happens once in a blue moon. she was moving a little, doesn't mean she was crying and had sound. the camera didn't record audio, only video. people shouldn't assume all 18 people saw her, ignored her when she was crying for help, don't speculate. Even if the passers-by did see her, which i doubt. it's still not passers by's fault. you can say the passers by are heartless if they saw and didn't do anything, but they didn't break any law, they HAVE NO OBLIGATION TO PROVIDE HELP TO STRANGERS, even in the US it's the same. However, it's the PARENTS' FAULT, THEY SHOULDN'T LET A TWO YEAR OLD ALONE ON THE STREET WITH HEAVY TRAFFIC. THEY SHOULD KEEP AN EYE ON HER AT >ALL< TIME. THEY MUST HATE THEMSELVES NOW, but it's too late, if she lives, she may not have children one day, based on the body part she was run over. The parents should be charged endangering welfare of a child and lose custody of the child.
There have been cases in China where a person fell down and sued the person who helped him/her up as tripping him/her. Really, it's dishonesty, but there's nothing to prove the truth. Like Mellissa said, this rarely happens in H.K (where I come from). It's more of an issue in mainland China.
It was not dark. The child suffered a cruel death. And, any Chinese person who tries to soften the inhumanity of this multiple-participant crime by diverting attention from it or blaming anyone but the Chinese of the CCP who heartlessly ignored the child and walked away, is definitely of no better character than any of the adults in that video.
Omg poor sweet heart I wish i could of ran up and just held her damn f**ktards I didn't know ppl could be sooooo cruel...............as for the comment above yes i would at least pay for the ambulance b/c someones life is more valuable than my money
guess these will help you understand,american value has been spreed too far