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26-year-old Chinese woman goes missing while traveling solo in Sapporo

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Hokkaido prefectural police are looking for a 26-year-old Chinese woman who has gone missing while traveling alone in Hokkaido.

Wei Qiu Jie was last seen on the morning of July 22 when she left the guesthouse where she had been staying in Sapporo, leaving her luggage in her room, police said. She had arrived in Hakodate on July 18, and checked in at the guesthouse on the 20th, Fuji TV reported.

Wei was supposed to return to China on July 25 from Hakodate, police said.

The owner of the guesthouse reported her disappearance to the police after she failed to return and check out as planned.

According to the guesthouse owners, Wei had paid for her stay in advance.

There is no record of Wei boarding her flight or leaving Japan, police said.

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Please find her. Pray for you, Wei Qiu Jie.

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I hope she is OK. Beautiful lady, what happened to her? Shame she didn't have a travel companion with her.

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Hopefully she's ok. Far too little info in this article to say much further.

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Could be a hoax. The Chinese are known for scams involving tourism. Either way I hope she's found safe and well and any misunderstandings cleared up

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I pray she is found safe and sound.

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Has anyone thought to call her mobile phone?

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Steven

While I respect your opinion, I suggest you keep that to yourself. You dont know what the relatives and friends are feeling right now. I dont know her and I already feel aweful and pray for her safety.

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Poor girl. Hope she is safe and able to call safely without hindrance. Nothing worse than disappearing in a foreign land without income and support. Let's pray that the later doesn't apply.

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According to Chinese sources, she was on a Suicide trip. Her father found a note in her suitcase, thanking them for her old Life, and that she was moving onto a new one.

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