Four-year-old Lu Zhihao who weighs 136 pounds and stands just 3'7" tall, carries lunch for his classmates at a kindergarten in Foshan city in southern China's Guangdong province on Tuesday, April 12, 2011.
Lu Zhihao reacts during his class at a kindergarten in Foshan city on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. The boy was born in normal weight, but grew in size very quickly after he was three months old.
Lu Zhihao is given a bath by his mother at home in Foshan city on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. Local doctors could not find any medical conditions in the boy to explain his unusual size for his age, and therefore blame bad eating habits.
Four-year-old Lu Zhihao who weighs 62 kilograms, sits on a ball near his home in Foshan city on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. A Hong Kong clinic has offered free weight-loss help for the boy, whom Chinese media have cruelly dubbed "the No. 1 fat kid," and his parents are awaiting a permit to travel there.
Lu Zhihao sits on the ground in Foshan city on March 28, 2011. Known as Xiao Hao, or "Little Hao," by friends and family, doctors say if he does not do something about his weight now, doctors predict Xiao Haos obesity will become life threatening by the time he turns 20.
Lu Zhihao walks with his mother in Foshan city on March 28, 2011. While his parents await a travel permit for Hong Kong to seek help for his weight issues, they say they will cut the boy's normal three bowls of rice per meal down to one.
Lu Zhihao eats crackers at the kindergarten in Foshan city on March 28, 2011. As China grows richer every day, the Chinese population is also getting more overweight.
Lu Zhihao sits with his classmates at the kindergarten in Foshan city on March 28, 2011.