His parents went without news of him for 16 years. On November 16, they met their now 39-year-old son, Wang. His disappearance was actually a dropout after failing in college.
Wang is an excellent high school student, and naturally, he will continue his education at Chang’an University located in Xi’an (China). It indicates that the Chinese government considers the establishment of one of the country’s top 100 universities News 24.
In 2005, when he lived alone ten hours from the family home, he became addicted to video games, a passion that would distract him from his reviews. Then the young man misses his studies completely. Ashamed of this failure, he refuses to share the bad news with his parents, cuts ties and continues his jobs to survive.
ID card renewal
His trace was only found 16 years later, when Wang wanted to renew his identity card, despite his father’s numerous unsuccessful searches in Xi’an. The local government office identified it as part of its missing persons list during its application.
His relatives, who live nearly 1,000 kilometers away, were warned in the country’s eastern Shandong Province. ReunionFilmed and posted on the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, the son and his mother appear very moved. In the end, Wang’s parents did not hold him accountable for this failure and the journey that followed.
News 24 states that the Chinese education system is known to produce high levels of school stress.
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