Swiss citizen Perth

   Switzerland is a country with a very complete social security system, higher social welfare than many developed regions in Europe and America, and the second highest quality of life in the world. After my daughter became a Swiss citizen, many people asked me about this specific situation, and I didn't know much about it. It was not until the birth of my little grandson, Pasik, that I came into contact with these issues more and more, and did not know anything about Swiss social welfare, social insurance, education and culture.

  Passi is a little boy of mixed Chinese and Swiss blood, whose father is Swiss. Perth was born on the last day of October 2007 at the cantonal hospital of Aagao in northern Switzerland. The first morning when the little guy came into the world was a beautiful and bright morning. The rays of the sun dyed all the scenery in the hospital with a layer of rose, making the mottled trees in the hospital even more colorful. Before Passi was born, her daughter and son-in-law had no plans to have children even though they were both in their 30s due to their busy work. So, in the early spring of 2007, when my daughter called me from Switzerland to tell me that she was pregnant, and asked me what to do, I told her bluntly, Birth! At that time, even though I said that, I was very nervous in my heart. That's because the daughter is already "old" at 37 years old. Later, when my daughter asked me whether it was better to have a boy or a girl, I told her without hesitation that it would be good to be safe and healthy. When her daughter was in the middle and late stages of pregnancy, based on her experience in China, she requested her attending doctor to perform a caesarean section for her, but was refused. Swiss doctors said there were no special circumstances and they all advocated natural childbirth. In October 2007, I went from China to Switzerland to take care of my daughter. At midnight on October 31st, my daughter had contractions. My son-in-law and my neighbor, Mr. Coote (the later godfather of Passi), took our daughter to the hospital. My son-in-law accompanied my daughter in the delivery room, and Mr. Coote and I were sitting in the lounge outside the delivery room waiting for news. When the beautiful doctor who delivered the daughter, went to the lounge to tell us that my daughter was born the first time she was born. The birth went very smoothly, a beautiful and healthy little boy who gave birth naturally. At that moment, my tightly gripped heart relaxed, but my eyes were moistened at that moment.

  The daughter and grandson returned home after two days in the hospital. As a first-time grandmother, I was worried about how to feed this little guy. The differences between Eastern and Western cultures, and the fact that there are no children in the family for more than 30 years, I feel that I can't even bathe this soft little guy. When I told my daughter about my anxiety, she laughed and told me it wouldn't be a problem. Because in Switzerland, most of the town governments around the city have hired maternal and child health doctors to provide assistance to families with newborn babies. Sure enough, on the second day after the daughter and grandson returned home, early in the morning, a neatly dressed and kind middle-aged woman appeared at the door of her daughter's house. She is a maternal and child health doctor hired by the town government. As soon as she entered the house, she began to work as soon as she was seated. After inquiring in detail about the birth process of the daughter and the current situation of the baby, he took the child, quickly took off the child's clothes, and began to measure the child's blood pressure, temperature, height, and weight, wash the child's hair, bathe, and change the umbilical cord gauze. , Department of diapers. Everything is so quick and professional. When I learned that my daughter had no milk after giving birth, she taught us how to use Swiss folk methods to promote milk, how to choose milk substitutes, and how to artificially feed. From now on, whenever we need her, she will come to her daughter's house on time at the appointed time until the full moon of Perth. In the following days, according to the regulations, we took Pasik to her clinic for routine check-ups. The salaries of maternal and child health doctors are paid by the town government, and the families of the newborns do not bear the relevant expenses.

  From my daughter, I learned that in Switzerland, women who work in Switzerland are entitled to 14 weeks of paid leave during pregnancy and childbirth. The wages during this period shall be paid by the employer in advance. After that, the institution where the woman participates in maternity insurance will pay the employer. In Switzerland, once a child is born, he will also enjoy a subsidy from the government. This subsidy can be enjoyed by each child when he graduates from university or joins a job. This subsidy ranges from CHF 200 to CHF 250 per month, depending on the canton. If the parents own their own business, it is deducted proportionally from the income tax payable by the parents. Some people joked: Swiss children were born with milk powder money. This is not an exaggeration at all.

  Switzerland is also one of the countries with the most developed insurance industry in the world. Insurance in Switzerland covers both private insurance and the social security system. The Swiss social security system has been revised, supplemented and improved over a long period of time and now covers all members of society. As a Swiss citizen, while enjoying various social benefits provided by the federal government, he also participates in various mandatory and non-mandatory social insurances without exception.

  The daughter and son-in-law first took out medical insurance for Perth, which was mandatory. According to the regulations, the daughter has to pay more than 60 Swiss francs per month for Passi, and the annual insurance premium is about 700 Swiss francs. After insured, no matter what illness Persian suffers, including the expensive dentist, her daughter and son-in-law only need to pay 10% of the total medical expenses. If parents cannot pay their children's insurance premiums due to unemployment, the town government pays them on their behalf.

  In addition, Persian also participated in the additional housing insurance. The so-called housing additional insurance is that the insured pays more than 200 Swiss francs per year for housing insurance according to the regulations, and then pays more than 20 Swiss francs each year as additional insurance. This Home Rider is designed for children. It is equivalent to the insurance used for "aftercare" during the child's growth stage. When the child goes out with his parents or goes shopping in the supermarket or visits his house, if the goods or objects are accidentally damaged, the insurance company will pay according to the actual situation. It's no wonder that parents in Switzerland always let their children play as they please, under the premise of safety, allowing their childhoods to be playful and enjoyable.

  In August 2009, our daughter and son-in-law were sent back to China to be taken care of temporarily by us when she was almost two years old when her daughter and son-in-law changed their jobs. When Influenza A appeared in China, I was very nervous and stressed. When my daughter saw that I had concerns, she smiled and said to me, don't worry, their family of three has also applied for emergency rescue insurance. The whole family pays more than 70 Swiss francs every year, no matter where the insured is in the world, as long as there is an accident and emergency rescue is needed, the insurance company will quickly make arrangements to contact the plane for rescue. In the event of an accident in China, a plane equipped with doctors and medical equipment will take him back to Switzerland within 24 hours. My daughter told me that pension insurance, sickness, unemployment and accidental injury insurance in Switzerland are mandatory and belong to the social security system. Social security in Switzerland is basically based on the principle of causation. The so-called cause principle refers to the social security system established according to the causes of the loss of income, rather than the loss of income itself. According to a group of statistics from previous years, the Swiss federal government spends 1/4 of its annual budget on social insurance and other security programs. Let Swiss citizens truly be "happy and worry-free".

  From August 2009 to November 2009, for three full months, Pasik lived with us in China. Because of the face of a doll, he is often surrounded by onlookers when he goes out. The little guy is very naughty. At home, he either learns from his grandfather to cough and drink water, or learn to walk hunched over from the nanny, or he just sits in front of the TV watching "The Three Little Pigs" or "Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf" with great interest. Children around the age of two are a critical period for language learning. Passi quickly mastered many Chinese words and phrases, but when communicating with people, he often brought some German that he had learned in Switzerland (Parsiq's parents lived in German-speaking Switzerland). In November, according to my daughter's arrangement, I sent Pasik back to Switzerland. Soon, my daughter and I discovered that Percy was having trouble with language. The Swiss neighbors and their children basically can't understand the German with the Chinese dialect in Parsiq. In order for them to understand, the little guy cleverly learned the tone of the neighbor's children and created his own language. This is a language that the Chinese do not understand, and the Swiss do not understand. Once, in the children's playroom of a large supermarket in Sursee, when the sunny and cheerful Perth took the initiative to say hello to a beautiful blond girl, the girl said to Perth because she could not understand Perth's words. Saying "Nei!

  Passi has made great progress in his language now. He knows how to speak Swiss German with his Swiss neighbors, and speak Chinese when talking on the phone with us. Whenever his daughter asks his grandmother's name, he smiles mischievously and says, "China People."

  Passi also learned to turn on the TV, play DVDs, and watch various cartoons. The word "Oma" (Swiss German for "grandmother") can be typed on a computer. On the phone, he would say to me in his childish voice: "Oma, come quickly! Baby misses you." And I always say to the receiver: "Parsi, Oma misses you too!"

  Although I believe that Passi will live a good life in Switzerland, I still miss him infinitely because of the strong family affection. Passi, Oma loves you, I wish you a happy and healthy growth and a bright future!



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