Philippine school child suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage and returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen

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"—A Philippine schoolboy who suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen. Author Guan Xiangdong Huang Yongs

Philippine school child suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage and returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen

On July 2nd, due to Cai Chongshang (second from right), a 10-year-old Filipino student who recovered more than two months after suffering from cerebral hemorrhage, returned to Manila safely. A few days ago, accompanied by his family, he came to the Philippine Chinese Education Center to be interviewed by China News Service and other media. Photo by Guan Xiangdong

China News Service, Manila, July 6th, title: "Thank you for helping me!"-Filipino schoolchildren suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage and returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen

Author Guan Xiangdong Huang Yongsi

"Thank you, love you, I am Cai Chongshang, I am 10 years old, and now I am fine. Thank you everyone for helping me!"Hemorrhage, Filipino student Cai Chongshang, who recovered more than two months after being treated at Xiamen Children's Hospital, returned to Manila safely on the evening of July 2. A few days ago, accompanied by his family, he came to the Philippine Chinese Education Center to be interviewed by China News Service and other media. The family also told the whole Filipino audience the story of Cai Chongshang's rescue in China through the WOW CHINA program of the Philippine National Radio Station.

Philippine school child suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage and returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen

Cai Chongshang (Middle) With parents and two brothers. Photo by Guan Xiangdong

"Thanks to Xiamen Children's Hospital for saving my child's life!" Cai Chongshang's father hopes to express his deep gratitude through the media. "Thank you Huaqiao University Chinese LiteratureThe Chinese Academy of Education, the Chinese Education Center of the Philippines, the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines, as well as many friends from China and the Philippines who help us who don’t know their names. "

Cai Chongshang, who was interviewed, is always smiling, his eyes are bright, he speaks slowly, but he speaks clearly. "Chongshang is very strong and optimistic. He is recovering well, walks freely, eats and sleeps well. Okay, memory ability is still weak. We have contacted the hospital in Manila for his rehabilitation. "Cai Chongshang's mother told reporters, "He may also go to the Shanghai Children's Hospital of Fudan University for a review. ”

Philippine school child suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage and returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen

5 In the latter part of the month, together with Cai Chongshang participated in Xiamen Huaqiao UniversityThe friends from the summer camp visited him at Xiamen Children's Hospital and hung the camp clothes on the bedside to encourage him to recover soon. Photo courtesy of Cai Chongshang's family

Cai Chongshang, who was born in Manila, is the third generation of Chinese descent from Fujian and studied at the Christian College in Jishun City, Metro Manila. On March 30th, he and more than 1,000 teachers and students from more than 60 Chinese schools across the Philippines went to the School of Chinese Language and Literature of Huaqiao University in Xiamen to participate in the summer course of the 19th Summer Camp for Chinese Students in the Philippines.

"In the first two weeks, the child sent a lot of pictures back. Seeing him learning Chinese, understanding Chinese culture, and living a happy collective life, we think it is a good arrangement for the child to participate in the summer camp." Father Cai said.

Philippine school child suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage and returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen

On July 1, Cai Chongshang (fourth from right) went to Xiamen Children’s Hospital for follow-up visits with his parents and expressed his gratitude. Picture courtesy of Cai Chongshang’s family

However, on the afternoon of April 25, Cai Chongshang suddenly felt a headache during the music class. The school doctor decisively called an ambulance to take the child to Xiamen No. 2 Hospital. At that time, the child was in a coma and had a CT examination upon admission. After Li Jinchao, director of the College of Chinese Language and Culture of Huaqiao University arrived, he learned that the child was undergoing brain surgery and immediately contacted Cai Chongshang and transferred him to Xiamen Children's Hospital.

At the same time advocating transfer, Xu Huifeng, deputy chief physician of neurosurgery at Xiamen Children’s Hospital, who received the CT film, judged that because of the rapid bleeding rate, large amount of bleeding, very dangerous, and high mortality rate, he quickly completed Prepared for surgery; however, the notification of surgery needs to be signed by the parent or guardian. Li Jinchao and Cai’s father will sign on behalf of the caller, hanging a thread for lifeHis little admiration won precious time.

"On the same day, the operation lasted from the afternoon to the evening." Yang Meimei, vice chairman of the Philippine Chinese Education Center and the summer camp leader, told reporters that the child entered the ICU (intensive care unit) after leaving the operating room. Suffered for ten days in a coma. The Chinese Education Center arranges two teachers to go to the hospital every day to cooperate with the treatment.

Philippine school child suddenly suffered cerebral hemorrhage and returned to Manila after being rescued in Xiamen

Cai Chongshang (Middle) A group photo with Yang Meimei, Vice Chairman of the Chinese Education Center of the Philippines who helped him in Xiamen, to express his gratitude. Photo by Guan Xiangdong

On April 26, Cai’s parents applied for a visa to China, which was issued on the spot by the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines. 27In the evening, they flew from Manila to Xiamen to live in Huaqiao University; on the morning of the 28th, Advocating Mom entered the ICU.

Xiamen Children’s Hospital asked doctors from the Children’s Hospital of Fudan University to go south for consultations, formulate treatment plans, and perform a second minimally invasive surgery. Ten days after the operation, Advocating regained consciousness, and Cai's parents' confidence in Chinese doctors was increasing day by day. "I love to see my son cocked Erlang's legs." Father Cai said. Afterwards, Advocate was transferred to the general ward, discharged from the hospital, and returned to the hospital on July 1 to review and confirm his recovery.

During the advocacy of hospitalization, in Xiamen and Manila, people donated money one after another: there are friends and parents from summer camps, teachers from the Chinese Education Center of the Philippines, Xiamen Huaqiao University, Quanzhou Normal University, and Many unknown citizens of Xiamen and Manila...

"Thank you to the people of the Philippines and China for helping us! I hope to be an envoy of friendship between the two countries when they grow up!" said the Cai family’s parents. (Finish)

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