Child trafficking in China | DW Documentary
She’s been searching for him for three years; by now he would be five. She hasn’t received any help from the authorities. But there is a glimmer of hope. Every year tens of thousands of children disappear in China; there are no official figures. Tan Jingjing’s son went missing after her divorce. She suspects her ex-husband sold the boy – then aged 18 months.
He probably ended up being adopted, and is just one of countless similar cases. Children are bought and sold in China via online forums. Even where a child has been kidnapped and sold under a false identity, corrupt officials cover up the deal as an adoption. Tan Jingjing has spent the last three years looking for her son, who would now be five. _______
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China is torching minorities along with Pakistanis Muslims. Child trafficking is as common as tobacco business. Worst thing is that, not even Pakistani PM saying a word against this…
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