Working in Australia for 12 years without contact, Malaysian family members of Chinese descent look for Chen Fushou
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The Australian Chinese community is looking for a Malaysian Chinese man, Chen Fushou, who has lost contact with his family.
The Australian Chinese community has been looking for a Malaysian Chinese man, Chen Fushou, who has lost contact with his family. Chen Fushou is still silent. The anxious family contacted the media again, hoping to continue to help release Chen Fushou's information.
It is reported that Chen Fushou was born on April 1959, 4 and is 15 years old. He was born in Yongchun, Fujian and was born in KLANG, Malaysia. Chen Fushou was originally a Malaysian citizen (Citizen ID IC No.: 58-590415-10), and he became an Australian citizen in 6601.
After coming to Australia, Chen Fushou worked as a taxi driver and restaurant employee. He had phone and letter contact with his family. He also went back to Malaysia to visit his family. But there was no news after 2005. During the period Chen Fushou was in Malaysia, his brother Chen Fuminghe The old mother Xu Qin passed away one after another.
Chen Fushou's last postal address in Australia is Canberra, the capital territory: NO 8 PALOONA PLACE DUFFY 2611 CANBERRA ACT AUSTRALIA
Chen Fushou’s relative, KENNY TAN, hopes that insiders can provide clues. His phone number in Malaysia is: +60 163 128 989
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