By Zhuang Pinghui. Her captor, a man surnamed Deng, fathered a boy now about four or five years old and has been charged with rape, the Shanghai-based news site Thepaper. Her family never let police know that she was missing, the report said. Her father had left the family years ago, according to the report. At the time, her mother, Li Ailing, had been serving a prison sentence for economic crimes. It was not until Li was released in July that she learned her daughter had been missing for four years. Li started walking around the city and putting up missing-person posters in hopes of finding her daughter. In January she was in a residential area putting up a poster when a woman in shabby clothing smiled at her. Li then cornered her and urged her to look closely at the face before her. Storm in China over child abduction bid.
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BEIJING — In a room with soft lighting, decorated with fuzzy blankets and turquoise balloons, a group of 30 or so strangers gathered on a recent afternoon in Beijing to discuss a subject that is largely taboo in China: how to satisfy a woman sexually. Such a workshop would hardly be out of place in New York or San Francisco. But in China, public discussion of sex is mostly nonexistent. Parents often avoid discussing the subject with their children altogether. The room was an oasis of calm amid the usual city grind, with matcha-flavored cookies on offer — and carefully arranged displays of pink sex toys and purple vibrators. Zhang added after the workshop, as her boyfriend, a year-old financier, Xue Lei, nodded in agreement. Leading the event was Zhao Jing, the founder of Yummy, a Chinese company that sells adult toys and that offers online and offline sex education courses and workshops.
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Until Chao Rong was 18 years old, she thought that giving birth was easy. The students Yao talks to through Rodoko are mainly from her hometown of Beijing, but ignorance about sexual matters is widespread throughout the country. Chao remembers a school friend from Jinan in Shandong province who, when she was 17, kissed her boyfriend at the time and was worried that she would get pregnant. The national curriculum only requires that students are taught basic anatomy, and even then these lessons are often sidelined to make space for more exam-focused studies.
The Chinese are more traditional than Western people. Talking about sex is controversial. Whenever sex is mentioned, Chinese people usually consider it as being in bad taste. This tradition causes a lack of education about sex issues. A couple married for many years went to see a doctor for infertility. Both were in good health, but to the doctor's surprise, the couple had never made love. This is one of the extreme cases, but it shows that some people have no knowledge about sex. Moreover, the lack of knowledge about sex could also lead to the spread of venereal diseases and AIDS. Therefore, sex education is urgently needed in China. Young people need to learn what love is and how to protect themselves.