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The way home

( Updated: 2014-10-15 21:48

Tragedy befalls the broken families suffering from child trafficking. Parents agonize over the day their children were abducted by human traffickers. Despite their situation, desperate parents of lost children have embarked on a road of searching and waiting. They consume huge amounts of time, money and energy, making their condition even worse. The children on the other hand, face an unpredictable fate, some maybe sold to foster families, while others may become a tool of an illegal organization. As time goes on, parties involved, including the lost families, the lost children and the foster families may suffer from psychological trauma in the entanglement of love and hate.

The way home

This photo, taken on May 3, 2014, shows Chen Xinhong and her husband at a rental house in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong province. They have lived here for ten years, where they lost their then 2-year-old child, Chen Qi. They are reluctant to leave, hoping that Chen Qi will return to this place after growing up. [Photo/IC]

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