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On December 24, 2021, he posted a hand-drawn map of the village where he had lived for four years on a Douyin short video application. According to the picture, police searched a small village in Yunnan Province, where a woman whose son had disappeared 30 years ago was found.
DNA testing confirmed that they are close relatives. On January 1, 2022, they met
Li Jingwei thanked everyone who helped him reunite with his family.
The boy was reportedly abducted in 1989 near the southern Chinese city of Zhaotong. He was later sold to a family living in the southeastern province of Guangdong, more than 1,800 km from his home village.
When Li Jingwei grew up, he tried to find out from his adoptive parents who his biological parents were. Unfortunately, they could not help him. Then Lee decided to use technology to find relatives.
He tried to remember and depict in as much detail as possible the scheme of the village in which he lived.
The map shows a school, a bamboo forest and a small pond. This video was shared by thousands of users.
The collection includes men's and women's Type II Trucker jackets. There are Chinese knotted buttons on the clothes. There are also cropped jeans for men with a relaxed cut and a high-waisted copper skirt for women with a slit on the back.
Two-layer stripes, buttons and silk overlay on the back, decorated with a symbolic pattern Silk Royale from CLOT.
The campaign was created to change McDonald’s association with unhealthy eating habits. The equipment is made of recycled plastic, connected to a table at chest level and with two pedals below. The exercise machine is designed in the style of a network with the McDonald’s logo. In addition, it allows you to charge your mobile phone.
The first electric train, which traveled along the 414 km section of Boten - Vientiane Laos, arrived in Vientiane in early November. On November 30, Laos and China signed an intergovernmental agreement to provide guidance and legal framework for cross-border activities along the rail route.