Chinese woman presumed dead for 10 years, found living in Internet cafe


- Reuters

QIANJIANG, China: A woman who was presumed dead after she went missing 10 years ago has been found - allegedly spending the last decade living and playing games in Internet cafes.

The woman, known as Xiao Yun and now aged 24, left her home in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang 10 years ago after a quarrel with her parents.

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