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Men of Chinese heritage often come from a diverse mix of ethnicities, and our database is a reflection of this. When considering a Chinese donor, you will find that some are a mix of Asian ethnicities while others also include a hint of a European ancestry. Browse our complete list of Chinese sperm donors below. You can take comfort in knowing we thoroughly research all our donors to provide you with the all the options and information you need when deciding to start a family. Use our donor search tool to expand your search options, or sign up for an all access pass to get complete information on all donors.
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But she was not admiring her lover's family album, she was browsing a catalogue of potential sperm donors -- the year-old is one of an increasing number of affluent single women in China that are seeking a child, but not a husband. Unmarried women in China are largely barred from accessing sperm banks and in-vitro fertilisation IVF treatment, forcing them to seek options abroad. Her choice made -- donor on the website of a Californian sperm bank -- Xiaogunzhu flew to the US to begin the first rounds of treatment. Her baby, now nine months old, is called Oscar after a character in a comic about the French revolution -- a nod to the donor's French ancestry.
Fudan University opens new sperm bank to better serve infertile Chinese couples. Photo: VCG Even after Chinese authorities loosened birth policies to increase the population and tackle the dire shortage of China's labor force, the national birth rate has failed to rise by much, as many Chinese families simply cannot afford to have a second child. Meanwhile, a proportion of Chinese families are in fact desperate to have a child but are physically unable to because of infertility.