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E-mail China Daily, July 25, Adjust font size: With his weather-beaten face creasing into smiles, year-old fisherman Zhang Leilei said he felt "reborn" the moment he arrived in Beijing on Tuesday afternoon after more than days at the mercy of Somali pirates.
The boat was hijacked by Somali pirates in late December , off the Madagascar coast and forced to Somalia. The fishermen told reporters they felt helpless and survived on meager rations, often less than a meal a day, during their month captivity.
They were released and picked up by the navy last week. Zhang was in no doubt as to what he would do once he got home. We haven't seen each other for around five years. Zhang Qian, 56, Zhang's mother, told China Daily, from her home in Ruzhou in Henan province, that she felt "the sky had collapsed" when she heard that her son had been kidnapped by pirates two years ago.
Her relief was obvious but so too was the concern and worry of the past two years. She only received two phone calls from her son during his captivity. After their rescue, the fishermen boarded the naval frigate Chang Zhou, one of several Chinese naval ships on regular anti-pirate patrol off Somalia. Once on board, they were escorted to the port of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania for transfer on Saturday. As a key force in the fight against piracy, China had overcome major hurdles to rescue the fishermen, and "implemented both the letter and the spirit of humanitarian law and met its international obligations during the escort mission'', said Wang Teng, deputy director at the Center for Consular Assistance and Protection under the Foreign Ministry.
The fishermen underwent daily physical examinations and a hour emergency medical response team was on standby. Considering their ordeal, they were in goods shape but still weak, Wang said.