|After dressing change, Guo Bin does blind rehabilitation with the help of a nurse in the ward in a hospital in Shanxi province on Sept. 2, 2013. The six-year-old boy had his eyes gouged out by attacker on Aug. 24. (Chinanews.com/ Zhang Yun)|
Donations flowing into the family
Guo has been hospitalized and in stable condition at Shanxi Eye Hospital. Doctors in charge of treatment said he would be blind for the rest of his life, although the eyes had been recovered.
Donations have been flowing into the family since reports of the attack hit the headlines. So far, warmhearted people in different walks of life have donated 160,000 yuan to the boy.
One of the Hong Kong eye surgeons said he would perform the operation on Guo Bin for free, according to Guo's mother. Guo's uncle said family pins the hope to the power of high technology to bring sight back to the boy.
Police name attacker who took boy's eyes
DNA tests show that Guo Bin's blood was found on his aunt’s clothing, according to police. Guo Bin’s aunt, Zhang Huiying, who has committed suicide, was identified as the assailant by combining the DNA test with other police investigations. [Full Text]
Boy may have artificial eyes soon
Guo Bin, 6, whose eyes were gouged out in an attack by an unknown assailant in Fenxi county, Shanxi province, is expected to have ocular prosthesis, or artificial eyes, implanted in three months, doctors said. The boy is in stable condition but still doesn't know about his loss of eyesight, said the boy's father, Guo Zhiping. [Full Text]
China police hunt for woman gouging boy's eyes
Police in north China's Shanxi Province are on a manhunt for a woman who gouged out theeyes of a six-year-old boy.
The Public Security Bureau in Fenxi County posted on Tuesday a public notice offering anaward of 100,000 yuan (16,129 U.S. dollars) for tips leading to the capture of the criminal.[Full Text]
A 6-year-old boy's eyes were removed in Shanxi province. Guo Bin, whose parents are farmers, was discovered missing at 6 pm, when he usually returns from playing outside to eat dinner.
Five hours later, a man who had returned from catching scorpions in the local mountains said he had seen what was possibly a boy twitching in the valley.
In the previous report, police is said to have found the boy's eyes nearby, but his corneas were missing. But a police officer named Liu denied the corneas were missing.[Full Text]
The suicide of Guo Bin's aunt on Saturday has sparked public suspicion that she might be the assailant, but Guo Zhiping said it was impossible because the two families are on good terms.
Wang Wenli, Guo Bin's mother, said that the boy's aunt made a phone call to ask about the boy's condition the night before she committed suicide.
Wang's brother said it was unlikely that the aunt would have hurt Guo though there were minor disputes between the two families. [Full Text]