Twin brothers reunite after birth separation

By Drum Digital
17 July 2013

Chinese twin brothers have been reunited in a chance meeting, more than 40 years after they were separated as babies.

Chinese twin brothers have been reunited more than 40 years after they were separated as babies.

Zeng Yong, 41, travelled 200km from his residence in Chengdu to Neijiang after a friend of his told him he had met someone who looked exactly like him in the city, and astonishingly, junior bus company manager Liu Yonggang turned out to be Zeng's long-lost twin brother.

The siblings were separated as babies when their parents put them up for adoption in 1972 due to their poverty, and the brothers were taken on by different families.

In another twist, the pair have tracked down their 74-year-old mother since being reunited.

- Bang Showbiz

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