Beijing: An indigent daughter of a man in China has offered to work free for 10 years in any company which will support her ailing father’s medical expenditure.
Her father is diagnosed with leukaemia and requires a bone marrow transplant.
Zhu Aijing, 23, a post-graduate student at Henan Normal University in Henan province’s Xinxiang city, is looking for a company or a philanthropist willing to pay for her father’s medical treatment, the China Daily reported.
In return, she will work for ten years for free.
According to Dahe Daily, Zhu was born to a poor rural family, but worked hard and passed the post-graduate entrance exam. Earlier this month, Zhu learned that her father had been diagnosed with leukaemia.
Doctors said her father could be cured with a bone marrow transplant, but the cost was beyond the family’s means. Though they are eligible for 149,725 yuan ($23,767) from state medical insurance, it is not enough for the operation.