Some really stupid people try to heat the tension between China and U.S. Well, I will tell you – this is really not clever – our countries must collaborate! I understand, however, that American people might feel afraid of the big debt to our country. But every problem has the solution. And I am here to make the entrepreneurial proposal which hopefully can turn into a flourishing business.
As you know, in economics everything is about demand and supply. One just has to find the goods which you (Americans) produce, and we (Chinese) want to consume. Well, no need to make further searches… voila… baby placentas!
Yes, you read it right – placentas. You know what I am talking about. The sacs in which babies grow during pregnancy. If I understand correctly, except Tom Cruise ( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-383386/Is-safe-eat-placenta.html ) there are no other Americans who eat placentas? And in most hospitals it would be just disposed as the medical waste? Dear friends, throwing placenta away – this is the real waste!
If you don’t want to eat it, why not to sell it? Not only we have some extremely delicious dishes that can be cooked from freshly delivered placenta. But it also can be dried and used as vital ingredient in the preparation of some Chinese medicines. ( http://www.ioffer.com/i/tent-91643771 )
The pack of good quality “Zi He Che” which is the name for Homo Sapiens / Dried Human Placenta costs around 80 USD. Smells like a good business, doesn’t it?
And trust me, we will be more than happy to pay good money for placentas of American women, especially white American women – since placenta is also used for beauty products and Chinese girls always want to be whiter ( http://www.lovelovechina.com/girls/chinese-girls-want-to-be-whiter/ )
As you know, People’s Republic of China has implemented the one-child policy. Of course, this policy has its own benefits: for example, we don’t have the shortage of human fetuses aborted at the different pregnancy stages. And they are just another vital food ingredient in some really yummy dishes.
However, there is also a downside – namely not enough of full-term pregnancy placentas L So, isn’t it just natural that we must develop this mutually beneficial business? You send fresh placentas to our restaurants and pharmacies, and we send high quality made-in-China products to your Walmarts.