Life insurance planner Hyeon Chia (谢旻容) has been missing for over a month. Her family has been trying to find her, with the help of others. This included Singaporean actor Wang Lei (王雷) who offered to pay for her safe return. Unfortunately, their search remained fruitless.
However, there is supposedly new information regarding her case. Recently, the Penang Front Party (PFP) president Patrick Ooi (黄家业) claims Hyeon has been tracked to Myanmar. The downside is she has supposedly been resold to another company and they fear the ransom will be doubled.
Patrick claimed in a live broadcast held earlier that Hyeon had been under “house arrest” in Myanmar. She was apparently being held for ransom. Later, he reportedly gave an update on the situation, alleging that the Myanmar military had been contacted for help. The military supposedly initiated a rescue operation, but purportedly failed due to a leak.
This has supposedly led to Hyeon being resold, with the chances of her ransom being doubled. According to an informant who spoke to China Press, the publicity of Hyeon’s missing case has worsened matters. Additionally, the informant claims the company holding Hyeon was likely worried about the incident and would have resold her out of fear.
Patrick alleged that they are in the middle of bargaining for Hyeon, but are keeping it anonymous. He supposedly is in contact with an internet celebrity who will be paying the ransom as they offered to. However, he declined to disclose the amount as they are still waiting on the internet celebrity to confirm the ransom price.
There has not been any official confirmation of Patrick’s claims. However, this is not the only case of people being roped into indentured service in Myanmar. Another lady underwent the same experience. But, she miraculously managed to save herself.
Our hearts go out to Hyeon’s family. We hope they will receive good news soon regarding their missing daughter.
Sources: 8world, China Press
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