But it looks less like an uberdatabase and instead more like dna checking policy, China has a pertty big issue with girls being stolen due to a certain one child policy resulting in a lack of girls.
* parents whose children have been confirmed kidnapped
= So if a child is believed to have been stolen they can test against the records
* parents whose children are lost and ask for the test
= As before
* abducted children who have been rescued by the police
= to test against new parents who go onto the register
* children suspected of being abducted or cannot give a home address
= as before
* and homeless children.
= in the hope to find parents
Infact I applaud the database for trying to tackle a very sad situation.
Looks far more like an extension of a missing persons database, as such nothing like the police one we have or the desired national biometric register.