Surrogacy is prohibited in China however there is a successful black market. Its supporters hope for legalisation so it can be controlled and
One of Chinas best-known actresses is at the centre of a dispute over surrogacy after a recording suggested that she wanted her babies aborted or quit for adoption because she had actually split up with her sweetheart.
Zheng Shuang, 29, who is referred to as the “fairy”, has actually lost her function as the Chinese face of the style brand name Prada after she was criticised on state media, generally an indication of main censure. “Surrogacy is clearly prohibited in our nation, as its disregard to life makes ones blood boil,” China Central Television, the state broadcaster, said. “No law or ethics will enable it.”