Saturday, June 23, 2012

Shameme Needs Help

Update: June 25 2012. A check back with the comments section of Speaking Of China shows that there are those who are doubtful whether the Shameme appeal for help is genuine or not. Of course, caution is always advised. But I do hope the appeal is genuine. Nobody wants to be taken for a ride, especially when it concerns helping someone in need.


I am a regular reader of the Speaking Of China blog where the author, who is married to a Chinese man, writes about love, family and relationships in China (洋媳妇看中国).

Shameme Adams Pic From Speaking Of China

Normally she writes on those topics. But her latest post talks about a 'half Asian, half-white English girl' who suffers from scoliosis that has caused her spine to 'curve and twist' and needs help for her surgery.

According to the blog author, Shameme Adams is

is a half-Asian, half-white English girl who loves silk brocade, has a puppet named Clifford, dreams of travelling to China someday, and desperately needs an operation that could save her life....She explained to me that, if left untreated, scoliosis causes serious problems such as heart issues and chest infections. She's had chest infections so terrible that once she didn't know if she had the will to make it through. But she has and still continues to fight

You can read of Shameme and her need for help by clicking here

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