Diao Aiqing Murder, Death, Case, Trial and Now


Diao Aiqing, 19-year-old first year student. On January 10, 1996, she was last seen alive. Diao Aiqing, 19-year-old first year student. She was last seen alive on January 10, 1996. Her sudden disappearance has left her family and friends in deep fear and distress. Despite numerous tries by police and loved ones, no significant leads or information regarding her whereabouts have come to light since that fateful day. More than 2,000 pieces of her body had been cut into pieces and wrapped in bags after being boiled.

Who Was Diao Aiqing?

Diao Aiqing was a first year student and was murdered at Nanjing University’s Adult Education College. The family claims that the university was negligent in its handling of the case and did not take adequate steps to protect the student, despite having been made aware of the potential danger she was in. The lawsuit seeks to hold the university accountable for its role in the tragedy. Family has launched a lawsuit against her university for failing in its duty of care.

Diao Aiqing Profile

Real NameDiao Aiqing
Nick NameDiao
Age19 years old (Died)
Date of Birth (DOB),
Death CauseMurder and Rape
ZodiacNot Known
Physical Stats
Height/ TallNot Known
WeightNot Known
Body Measurements
Not Known
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorBlonde
Shoe SizeNot Known
Net WorthNot Known
ParentsFather: Name Not Known
Mother: NA
SiblingsNot Known
Personal Life
Marital StatusNot Married
UniversityNanjing University’s Adult Education College

Diao Aiqing Murdered Brutally

Diao Aiqing’s body, which was boiled, cut into over 2,000 pieces, and wrapped in bags, was found nine days later at eight locations near the university campus. The brutality of the murder stunned China, but the murderer escaped justice. According to the lawsuit, the university owes the family 1.62 million yuan (US$246,000) for funeral fees.

Zhou, a lawyer with Beijing Yifa Law Firm, argued that Nanjing University should have informed Diao’s family that she was missing when she failed to return home on the night of January 10. Instead, they did not notify the family until after police found Diao’s body.


In an statement Zhou said, “It is precisely because Nanjing University did not perform its dormitory management responsibilities that the case missed the best time window for investigation and the murderer had sufficient time to commit the crime and escape. The lack of evidence causes the case to remain unsolved for 25 years.”

The DNA collected from a suspect involved in a crime very similar to Diao’s was found 28 years ago in Nanjing, where a medical school student was raped and killed. Police eventually identified a male family member of the suspect to be the killer of the medical student.

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