Guo Gangtang’s son was kidnapped 24 years ago, and he spent many years riding around on a motorcycle asking for help to find his son. They were reunited on Tuesday. Photo: Getty Images
Guo Gangtang’s son was kidnapped 24 years ago, and he spent many years riding around on a motorcycle asking for help to find his son. They were reunited on Tuesday. Photo: Getty Images

China asks if adoptive parents should be punished after another high-profile kidnapping reunion

  • Chinese law says adoptive parents can be punished by up to three years in jail
  • But lawyers say prosecution is rarely pursued because of complicated family dynamics

Guo Gangtang’s son was kidnapped 24 years ago, and he spent many years riding around on a motorcycle asking for help to find his son. They were reunited on Tuesday. Photo: Getty Images
Guo Gangtang’s son was kidnapped 24 years ago, and he spent many years riding around on a motorcycle asking for help to find his son. They were reunited on Tuesday. Photo: Getty Images
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