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gs, who were arrested, have informed officials that the usual rate for selling a child to another family is valued at approximately $US50,000 (RMB300-350,000).Child traffickers prefer to steal boys, since Chinese culture favors families raising males over females. Hence, Chinese cops need more help to assist families in the search of abducted children.Fortunately, the C

hinese Social Media companies, such as Tencent Holdings, and other hi-tech firms, including Alibaba, have joined in to offer new technologies and innovations that have upgraded the "Reunion" alert system.Renewing hope with better tech.It's a nightmare for any parent to worry about a missin

g child. They wake up each morning wonde

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ring if their child is dead or alive. They feel no sense of finality until they get back their child, or unfortunately, recover the body.Although China's 'Reunion' system has successfully identified 1,274 missing children in a period of 12 months, it was revealed that 75 of the children died by drowning and 29 were murdered.The parents of 104 children had to bury them.

The news was heartbreaking, but at least families know the truth and could stop searching in vain.China's new technology upgrades are giving real answers to the families of missing children. And quite often, those answers are happy endings when missing children are found alive and return hom

e where they can feel safe and loved who

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leheartedly.Tmcgregochina@yahoo.com(The opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Panview or CCTV.com. )Panview offers a new window of understanding the world as well as China through the views, opinions, and analysis of experts. We also welcome outside submissions, so feel free to send in your own editorials to "globalopinion@vip.cntv.cn" f

or consideration.CANBERRA, May 17 (Xinhua) -- Butterfly wings could be used to inspire new technology in solar cells, according to researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) who said that "filtering" light could be a major feature of future solar projects.Taking inspiration from

the rare Peruvian butterfly, Morpho Did