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Boy Kidnapped At 4 Found Family, 25 Years Later.

29-year-old Tang Kai was kidnapped when he was 4 in the winter of 1991 from a village in Santai county, Mianyang city in Sichuan province, China. He was said to be playing alone near a kindergarten when the evil men whisked him away to an unknown destination.

Wedding celebrates reunion with son kidnapped 25 years ago

Tang arrives at Mianyang railway station in Sichuan province, May 7.

Reports say Tang was sold about 1,500 km away in Zaozhuang, East China's Shandong province. His new family gave him a new name, Liu Cunzhu. Memories of his real family still lingered in his mind although he was just 4 as the time of kidnap. Few years ago, Tang got married and already has a daughter but the quest to find his bloodline attracted him to a website baobeihuijia.com, a non-profit website that helps people find their lost family members. 

Luckily for the lost boy, on Sept 10, 2015 he shared information on the website about the sketchy memories from his village. He also described how his last location at the community looked.

Those descriptions helped baobeihuijia.com trace his last location.

Finally, based on the provide information and DNA tests conducted, Tang confirmed his real family in April.

Wedding celebrates reunion with son kidnapped 25 years ago

Tang’s father rushes to welcome his lost son.

After finding out that Tang got married but did not have a wedding ceremony, Tang’s father decided to hold a belated wedding for his son and daughter-in-law, including his grand daughter.

Wedding celebrates reunion with son kidnapped 25 years ago

Tang receives hug from his father as the mother looks on amid tears.

Wedding celebrates reunion with son kidnapped 25 years ago

Tang and his parents on the wedding day.

Wedding celebrates reunion with son kidnapped 25 years ago

Banquets for the wedding.

Wedding celebrates reunion with son kidnapped 25 years ago

Tang kisses wife as his parents watch in admiration.

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