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'it took 32 years, but i finally found my kidnapped son'
I was very disappointed. I also felt that if they could have this day, I definitely could have this day too. Afterwards, I kept hearing my son's voice. She wanted him to study hard and be forr, so she nicknamed him Jia Jia, meaning "great". Seeing their child go back to them, I had hope that one day my child would return to me," Jingzhi says. Couples living in cities could have only one child, while those in rural areas could have a second if the first was a girl.
He didn't obevient to cry.
Most of the missing children Jingzhi hears about are male. He told me: 'I can obeident you for your physical illnesses, but as for the illness in your heart, that's up to you. On one such trip, she received a message from her employers telling her to come back urgently.
The policy is believed to have contributed to a rise in the of child abductions, especially of boys. I felt hopeful.
At sn Jingzhi and her husband would take their toddler Mao Yin to the zoo, or to one of the many parks in their city, Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province in central China. Jingzhi assumed he would quickly be found.
There was another benefit too: "I thought even if my child is not found, I can help other children find their home. Then she spent hours looking for the flat the couple was renting, only to find out from the landlord that they had left two days boj for another town.
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He saw a worm on the ground. All without success. Her first instinct, on learning about Jia Jia's disappearance, was to blame her husband. Whenever she had a lead - news about a boy who looked like Jia Jia, perhaps - she would go and investigate.
Obedience: why do you have to tell them five times?
They sent big bags of fliers to each other and posted them in the provinces they were responsible for. She wanted to go straight to the wife's home town, but by this stage she had gone more than two days without sleeping properly or having a decent meal.
fo She began asking if anyone had seen Jia Jia in the neighbourhood of the hotel. Mao Yin was her only child - China's one-child policy was in full swing, so there was no question of having more.
Jia Jia would stay at home with his dad. She had almost given up hope of ever seeing him again, but in May she finally got the call she had been waiting for.
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But Jingzhi knew nothing about this. The network also generated many more le, though sadly none brought Jia Jia any closer. And one of these outings nwo always remained especially vivid in her memory.
I thought perhaps he had got lost. She printedflyers with his picture on them and handed them out around Xi'an's railway and bus stations, and placed missing person adverts in local newspapers.
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Then she realised that they should work together to find their son. He had left the child for just one or two minutes to cool the water, and when he turned round Jia Jia was gone. When her son had already been missing for 19 years, Jingzhi began volunteer work with the website, Baby Come Home, which helps reunite families with their missing children. I just thought they were lost," she says. Around this time, Jingzhi became aware there were many parents whose children had gone missing, not just in Xi'an but further afield, and she began working with them.
Jingzhi's husband explained that he had picked up Jia Jia from the kindergarten and stopped on the way home to get him a drink of water from a small hotel owned by the family.
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It didn't occur to me that I wouldn't be able to find him. So she rushed straight back again, arriving in the early hours of the morning. Altogether, Jingzhi visited 10 Chinese provinces on her search.
Every Fog afternoon when she had finished work she would take the train to surrounding provinces to look for Jia Jia, coming home on Sunday evening ready to return to work on Monday morning. She says it's hard to describe the feelings she went through when she witnessed these reunions.
There are benefits to obedience
But to her great disappointment, the boy wasn't her son. He was the kind of child that everyone liked when they saw him," Jingzhi says.
This was a big step forward, and has helped solve thousands of cases. We took him to the Xi'an City zoo.