The Mid-Autumn Festival is a day when the two people and the moon are reunited. The 68-year-old Guo Huizhen has been unresolved for a century and a half, hoping to find her separated sisters and brothers.
Guo Huizhen was born in a large family with ten brothers and sisters. She was fourth in the family. Her mother gave birth to a baby in 1967, but because her father died and was unable to raise her, she reluctantly handed over her "11 sisters" and "12 younger brothers" to the husband and wife surnamed Hu. After losing contact, I only know that my sister is Hu Junyu (transliteration) and his younger brother is Hu Junhao (transliteration).
Every major festival, Guo Huizhen will think of a pair of twins. The decision that year was whether to owe a debt or to cherish it. It takes no one to three minutes to answer, "It was really difficult for us to tie it back to us. The environment is bleak, but at least some people can feed it."
The 68-year-old Guo Huizhen has been unresolved for a century and a half, hoping to find her separated brother.
(Photo by Zheng Zifeng)
Long and phoenix born in 1967 as posthumous son and handed over to his mother, colleague and elder brother to raise
Guo Huizhen lived in the Changshawan resettlement area with his family when he was young. His father worked at the Zhehe Metal Manufacturing Factory in Guizhou Street, Tuguawan. He died in an accident in 1967, leaving Guo's mother and ten children with bowel movements on their abdomen. The family lost their financial support.
The 19-year-old elder sister worked in the Qingshan Daolixin garment factory. Knowing that the eldest brother and sister-in-law of colleague Hu had no children, after discussion, she decided to put BB in the care of Hu after her mother gave birth.
In about December 1967 (November in the old calendar), the mother gave birth to the baby of the dragon and the phoenix at the Guanghua Hospital, and the Hu family picked up the baby on the same day.
According to Guo Huizhen’s understanding, the mother’s adoptive father lives on Hong Kong Island and sells cloth for his livelihood. His eldest daughter is Hu Junyu (transliteration), and his younger brother is Hu Junhao (transliteration). He doesn’t know anything other than that, and he doesn’t have any photos.
"I can't help it if I don't want to, but I will look at him for a long time."
It was not until 1995 that the mother was in a coma after suffering from a brain tumor. The ten brothers and sisters once again remembered a pair of twins, hoping that they might go to see their biological mother for the last time.
Although my sister once contacted an old colleague surnamed Hu, hoping to convey the message, the marriage did not appear in the end, and it became Guo Huizhen's heart knot.
"In 1967, I was only 14 years old, and I couldn’t help it. My father died and raised him again, but I’ll take him seriously for a long time." Guo Huizhen shed tears in her heart for a while and said, "I’m not. I know what to say well, that is, I want to see the situation. I recalled my father’s death. I always called out. A pair of slender girls were raised by adoptive parents, and I am very grateful to Qu.”
With the support of his two daughters, Guo Huizhen rekindled the decision to find a twin sibling.
(Photo by Zheng Zifeng)
"It's hard to say that the microphone is in debt, the environment was really difficult at the time."
After losing contact for half a century, would you think that the original decision of the Guo family was a debt to the twin brothers and sisters?
After thinking about it, Guo Huizhen said helplessly: "It's so difficult to say that the mistress is owed. The environment was really difficult, but at least some people have food to eat. I really can't imagine that it will be the environment."
It’s not easy to find a family path, not to mention that it has been more than 50 years. Guo Huizhen said frankly: "There will always be people around me who say, "I’m so impatient", "I don’t know if I have feelings or not," and I’m all I don’t know if I’m okay, sometimes I want to give up, but fortunately, both women support me.”
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