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Kimster

Yuan Wang was last seen getting off her school bus in #Alexandria, #Virginia on October 21, 1998

Yuan was smuggled into Washington D.C. from China, via Bangkok and Paris, on August 25, 1998. She used a genuine Thai passport to get into the country and posed as the niece of her smuggler, Chaichana Klaharn, a Thai citizen. They were caught at Dulles International Airport. Yuan could not speak English or Thai and, through a Mandarin Chinese translator, told immigration authorities she was from Fuzhou in the Chinese province of Fujian, and her parents had paid Klaharn a significant sum of money to take her to the United States. He said he was supposed to deliver Yuan to a hotel in Washington D.C. Klaharn pleaded guilty to passport fraud in September 1998 and was sentenced to four months in jail. Yuan was sent to live with a foster family in the 4700 block of Barnum Lane in Alexandria, Virginia, while authorities decided what to do with her. At first she stayed at home with a Mandarin-speaking babysitter. After three weeks she was enrolled in the seventh grade at Holmes Middle School,

Yuan Wang was last seen getting off her school bus in #Alexandria, #Virginia on October 21, 1998
Kimster, Dec 28, 2016
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