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Every dead embryo should be respected, says a Father

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Reported by Wong Wing Lam, 12th March, 2019

Every life should be respected, and the impact of a dead embryo will last eternally, said a Father.

According to the Hong Kong law, a dead embryo which is less than 24 weeks is not treated as a human remains. That dead embryo is a kind of medical waste that parents cannot get back. It is unacceptable but we don't know how to handle in the past, said Father Dominic Chan, at Shue Yan University weekly forum.

However, “every embryo is a life that should be respected,” said Chan. As a Catholic, it is important to respect every life so Chan decided to establish a cemetery for the dead embryos. Thus, ‘Angel Garden’ is successfully set up.

A devout Catholic, Dicky Cheung is also attended the forum. He work for many charity works just because he wants to bring positive impact to others, but he said, he won't consider any charity event involved commercial elements.

Cheung has put many efforts in popularising the ‘Angel Garden’. He had suffered from the sorrow of his wife’s miscarriage. He said, “I was so sad and confused so I hadn't thought of how to deal with my baby at that moment.” After that, he felt remorse.

Cheung believes a cemetery for the dead embryos has a cure power. “It is a place for the parents to grieve their baby, so as to help them go out of haze,” he said.

Facing the controversy of established the ‘Angel Garden’, Cheung said there is no disadvantages that should not be object. Also, it is necessary for a civilized society so he dedicated to popularise it.

Everyone has their own view to treat life, but Cheung said all of us should treasure every life because it is precious. At last, he said passion is important in his life to face any obstacles so he encourages students to be passionate as well. --165009 2019年3月12日 (二) 17:10 (CST)

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