Sold in Malaysia 34 years ago, Singaporean woman with rare blood condition hopes to meet biological parents

Ms Victoria Ng does not have any clue or leads to the whereabouts of her biological parents.  PHOTO: COURTESY OF VICTORIA NG
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SINGAPORE – Human resource professional Victoria Ng Hui Min has a Christmas wish – to be reunited with her biological parents who sold her for RM8,000 through a middleman in Selangor, Malaysia, 34 years ago.

About three months ago, her adoptive mother died suddenly in her sleep, while her adoptive father is in a nursing home due to dementia. While grieving over her loss, she believes this is the right time to start the search.

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