A sperm bank in China is so desperate for donors it has taken to social media to call for volunteers to fill a shortage in donors and is offering lucrative cash payments for quality men. The Zhejiang Human Sperm Bank, based in the city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, has repeatedly called out for donors during the past few months. What are you waiting for? The public has reacted with glee, making jokes at the rare sight of a sperm bank advertising on social media. Sheng Huiqiang, director of the Zhejiang Human Sperm Bank, told the local Qianjiang Evening News that the bank has been facing a serious shortage in recent years.
China’s sperm banks look to quench thirst online - Global Times
Photo: CFP. Xiaojiu, a man in his 20s working in Beijing, posted a message on WeChat the other day saying that he just registered online to donate sperm. Several weeks ago, Alibaba's Taobao Marketplace ignited discussion throughout the nation after it kicked off an online registration event for sperm donations with seven sperm banks across the country. In a short period of time, the campaign convinced a huge number of volunteers to register. After the online campaign, more than 2, netizens registered with Yue's sperm bank in just three days. A huge number compared with the volunteers that had registered over the previous two years. Besides Sichuan, the other six sperm banks that joined the campaign have experienced similar increases over the past several weeks.
That Chinese Sperm Bank Photo: You've Been Shanghaied
One of the donor's private rooms at the Renji Hospital sperm bank. For many young men in Shanghai it sounds an ideal way of making money while enjoying themselves. They head to the northern branch of Renji Hospital on Lingshan Road where, on the third floor, they will find the reception desk and entrance decorated with cartoons of cheerful sperm.