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Unnamed: Girl reunited with dad 2 years after mom took her to China

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Post  Twiglet on Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:16 am

Calgary Herald

26 November 2010

Girl, dad reunite 2 years after mom took her to China

Nearly two years after his child was spirited away to China by her mother, a Calgary father has been reunited with his little girl.

The touching reunion took place after negotiations with the Department of Foreign Affairs and other agencies secured her return, said Maria Sbert of the Calgary-based Missing Children Society of Canada.

"It brings goose bumps for me, thinking back to that moment when the dad walked in and the daughter turned around and said 'Daddy,' " said Sbert.

"It was emotional. It was worth everything we had done . . . all the planning and preparation for reunification. It was beyond words."

The father and his now elementary school-aged daughter did not want to speak publicly about the family's ordeal, and asked that their names not be published.

The reunion happened last week.



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