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Woman reunited with family after 6 years
    2018-08-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A WOMAN who had lost contact with her family for six years finally returned home Saturday, the Shenzhen Evening News reported yesterday.

The woman, identified as Ah Yi, suffers from a minor mental disorder. In June 2012, Ah Yi, who was 29 years old at the time, went out for a walk and was never heard from again.

She went to the Shenzhen Relief Management Station in August 2012. According to staffers at the station, she had failed to take care of herself and was suffering from gatism. She was also suspected of having autism and a mental disorder as she was unable to communicate with others. Ah Yi was later sent to the relief management station in Dapeng after the staffers couldn’t find her family by means of DNA identification or facial recognition.

Under the guidance and assistance of the nurses, Ah Yi’s mental condition gradually improved and she began to reveal some of her family information. One day this month, she wrote down some incomplete information, such as her name, the names of her parents, and her home address.

On Aug. 8, the staffers at the station posted Ah Yi’s information on the Internet. Two hours later, they received a phone call from the work station in Nanguang Community, Nanshan District.

The work station subsequently contacted Ah Yi’s mother, surnamed Mai. According to Mai, the family had been looking for Ah Yi since she went missing and had also reported her disappearance to the police, but to no avail.

Mai called the station in Dapeng and requested to take her daughter home. On Saturday night, Ah Yi finally returned home. Her family posted a picture of them all having dinner together to thank the station’s staffers and express their gratitude. (Zhang Yu)

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