Chinese child-trafficking victim posts video in wedding dress to find birth parents before ceremony

Chinese child-trafficking victim posts video in wedding dress to find birth parents before ceremony

A Chinese child trafficking victim has gone viral by posting a video of herself in a wedding dress asking for the public’s help in finding her birth parents before she gets married.

Bai Xuefang, 24, says in the video that she was kidnapped when she was 3 or 4 years old and was sold by traffickers to her current adoptive family for 1,000 yuan (approximately $149).

Bai started looking for her biological parents in 2015 after learning the truth about her origin. In her latest effort to find her parents, she recorded a video of herself in a traditional Chinese wedding dress on June 19 in hopes that they can attend her wedding ceremony.

“As I am getting married soon, I hope that my biological parents can be present at my wedding ceremony,” Bai says in the video. “I also hope that people who watch the video can help me find my birth parents.”

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Bai, who is it? from Baoding, Hebei, holds a photograph of herself as a 3-year-old girl in the recording so that her biological parents would recognize her if they saw the video.

“I found out the truth about my origins when I was 11 years old, and I often got into fights with my adoptive parents,” says Bai. “I was also frequently beaten and verbally abused.”

The victim does not remember her biological family and has traveled through China looking for them. Bai started working at the age of 17. She currently runs a mobile pancake stand, in which she posts information about her birth parents in hopes that customers can help her search for her.

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Bai and her supportive fiancé hope to be reunited with her birth parents soon. Some viewers of Bai’s video were moved to tears by her determination. Others have also shared similar experiences online.

Child abductions have been a constant problem in China. In a 2011 report, the Chinese government estimated less than 10,000 children are kidnapped every year; however, the US State Department believes the number is closer to 20,000.

China’s Ministry of Public Security launched a campaign to address the problem of trafficking in women and children in March when a video of a mentally ill woman chained in a shed by her husband went viral.

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