China Missing Children and Parents Want More Attentions

(From Southern Weekly) October 12, Feng Jianlin from Taiyuan, Shanxi Province drove a truck plastered with photos of missing children came to Zhengzhou Erqi Square, hoping clues could be provided by enthusiastic people to help get back more than 2,000 families of missing children. The photos and information of missing children were also shown on board to attraction more attentions. Since his daughter lost in 2008, in order to find her, Feng Jianlin quit his job, drove his truck around looking for clues in a number of cities in the country, and later he became a volunteer of “Baby Return Volunteer Association,”, helping more people find missing children when looking for her daughter.

It is estimated that there are 200 thousands children missing each year in China. About 600 thousands are still searched by the family.

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One Response to China Missing Children and Parents Want More Attentions

  1. Chetan says:

    Hi Toggl teamIt is so nice to see the Chinese translation, it would make it easeir to recommend it to others.The translation has a mistake, the [语言:] should translate into “中文” or 简体中文 , because 语言 means language but not Chinese.

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