I was born in a very remote and backward mountain village in Northeast China. My parents, two sisters and I are five people. My mother married my father at the age of 18, and gave birth to my elder sister the next year. When my mother was 20, she gave birth to my second sister. Because of the family planning problem, my parents should not be able to reproduce. However, the countryside is very feudal, and daughters can not be regarded as the descendants of the family. This concept is firmly entrenched in everyone’s mind. Father is the biggest official in the village, the village branch secretary. Although he also has this idea, considering his own identity, he dare not consider these problems.