This donor is very pleasant, friendly, kind and generous. This Asian Donor has black, straight hair. There is no history of baldness in his family. He has brown eyes, a medium complexion and a medium bone structure. He is 5'7" and 140 lbs. His Maternal and Paternal Ethnic Ancestry is Chinese, however he was born in Malaysia. He has good teeth, exercises occasionally, has fair vision and does require corrective lenses for farsightedness. He does have dimples on his face.
His current hobbies and interests include: playing the guitar, team sports - primarily soccer and watches football and baseball as a spectator. He has completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Toxicology. He is currently in medical school. His favorite subjects in school were math, natural sciences and psychology.
He best describes himself as easy-going, out-going, quiet, thoughtful, humorous, friendly, concerned, kind, intelligent, well-adjusted and caring.
His mother has completed her Bachelors of Education Degree and is employed as a Teacher. His father completed his Bachelors of Education Degree as well and is employed as a Teacher. He has three sisters. His religion of preference is Protestant which he practices. He is single and has proven paternity in our program. There are multiple births in the family - specifically Paternal Aunts.
This donor has average musical, language and theatrical abilities. He speaks and writes in English and Chinese Fluently. He enjoys sports. He liked school. He lists a skill as his ability to get along well with all types of people. His Goals/Ambitions/Plans and Feelings are to help people immediate family, social acceptance, success and to be happy.
In three generations of his medical history, it is noted that the Donor's cousin has migraine headaches. His second cousin had jaundice (in Malaysia) from Hepatitis B. His Paternal Grandmother had a stroke and died at age 80.
When asked what his motivation for becoming a donor, he stated that he is participating for the financial reward. This donor indicates that he is would not continue in our program without reimbursement, and he is undecided whether he would wish to participate without anonymity, meet DI recipients or to meet with the offspring. Of course, present legal statutes and standards prohibit donor/recipient disclosure but he is very open to sharing non-identifying information for recipients and offspring.