Chinese girl in ‘taho’ foster parents appealed to Filipinos - Give her a chance

The foster parents of the Chinese woman who went viral on social media for throwing a cup of “taho” at a police officer in a Metro Rail Transit station appealed to Filipinos to give her a chance as she was sick prior to the incident.
Jiale Zhang / Photo credit to the owner

Oscar Saplaco of Calasiao, Pangasinan said Jiale Zhang is a good person.

She wants to finish her course here in the Philippines as a fashion designer and loves Filipinos as she loves us her foster parents,” Saplaco said.

He appealed to netizens to stop judging Zhang who has expressed remorse over the incident. “She asks for forgiveness for what she has done,” Saplaco said.

Before the incident, Saplaco said Zhang has been sick for almost a week and was confined in her room the whole time and was worrying about her assign­ments in school.

Nang makaramdam ng kaunting lakas ay lumabas ito sa kaniyang tirahan para mamili ng kaniyang kagamitan sa school, siya man ay nagulat sa kaniyang ginawa at labis na nagsisi,” Saplaco said.

Siya ay mabait na bata, walang bisyo, hindi po mahilig sa night life at madalas lang sa loob ng bahay, na pres­sure po sa kaniyang pinagdadaanan . Mag isa po siya, ang pamilya nya ay nasa ibang bansa, Saplaco said.

Her foster parents and friends in the church have been giving her moral support.

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) legal division recommended Tuesday the filing of a deportation case against Zhang.

Our legal team saw that there was probable cause to file a deportation case against her and the bureau can file a case motu proprio, especially since there are photos showing what happened, ” BI spokesperson Dana Sandoval said.

Zhang later claimed that she was “just in a bad mood” and apologized for her actions.

"I really admit the mistake I made, and I feel so regretful for it. I'm really, really sorry. And I really ask if it's possible to have another chance for me," she said.

"I really like the Philippines, that's why I stay here. I like the people here. I really love Filipinos, that's why I stayed here and I like this country," she sobbed.

Sandoval disclosed that Zhang may face deportation for posing a risk to the public interest in violation of immigra­tion laws. 

Chinese girl in ‘taho’ foster parents appealed to Filipinos - Give her a chance Chinese girl in ‘taho’ foster parents appealed to Filipinos - Give her a chance Reviewed by Nathan Singson on February 13, 2019 Rating: 5

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