Huang Jiaming (黄嘉铭)
Alternative Name: Unknown
Missing from: Children’s Park in Zhongshan Square, Ningbo City, Zhejiang, China
Date Missing: April 15, 2007 (Sunday)
On a Sunday afternoon in April 2007, Jiaming became lost at a children’s park in Ningbo City in the province of Zhejiang.
Jiaming is autistic and has some difficulty communicating with other people. He does not speak often and can appear to be deaf but has no actual hearing difficulties.
Jiaming can write both Chinese and English words, and he can write out his home address if people are patient and guide him. He likes to play with buttons, for example calculators, cell phones, elevator buttons, computers, etc.
If you do interact with Jiaming, please be careful. He may be skittish and easily spooked into running away. It is better to contact police immediately instead.
- Date of Birth:
- Age at Disappearance: 10
- Ethnicity: Asian
- Nationality: China, Australia
- Gender at Birth: Male
- Hair: Dark Hair
- Eye Color: Dark Eyes
- Height: 4’3″ (130cm)
- Languages Spoken: Chinese
- 失踪年龄: 10岁
- 种族: 亚洲人
- 国籍: 中国、澳大利亚
- 出生时性别: 男性
- 头发: 深色头发
- 眼睛颜色: 深色眼睛
- 高度: 4’3″(130cm)
- 语言: 汉语
Distinguishing Marks or Factors (区分特征)
- Mole on his Right Eyebrow
Medical Concerns (医疗条件)
- Autism. He rarely speaks and does not communicate with people easily. Initial interactions may make it appear he is deaf, but his hearing is fine.
- Brown and Yellow Jacket
- Dark Pants
- Black Shoes
If You or Anyone You Know Has Information About The Disappearances, Please Contact:
- Ministry of Public Security (China’s National Police)
- China Public Security Network (中华寻人网)
- 134 8377 8819 (24小时 | 24 Hours)
Or use the QR Code (right) to find contact information for the National Police.
- China Public Security Network is the primary source for the data listed above. We worked to translate it into English and provide contact details for foreigners.
The information offered through our Services is general information only. We make every effort to maintain the database and ensure the data is up-to-date and correct. However, we make no warranties or promises regarding the accuracy, validity, reliability, availability, or completeness of the data herein. Data is gathered primarily from NGOs, new articles, and Charity postings. This information is not intended for reliance. Under no circumstances will The Suitcase Detective or its owners & operators be liable for any problems that may result from using or reading this information. Continued use of our Services serves as evidence that you approve our Privacy Policies and Terms & Conditions.
Please do NOT copy and paste text from our blog articles. We request that readers be directed to our site instead. This allows us to ensure out-of-date information is not being shared and that readers can access the reference list. If you would like to share a story, you can either use the social media buttons or share a link to this page. The images you are welcome to share.