Taken from ABC on line news...
"Authorities have released the results of a post-mortem examination, which identified the body of an Asian woman to be that of 27-year-old Annie Liu.
Ms Liu's body was recovered from the boot of her estranged husband's car almost 48 hours after police first went to the family's suburban home in Auckland.
A pathologist's preliminary findings are that the young mother died from what has been described as an unspecified violent episode - though it is unclear when or where or how she was killed.
Police have established that she made her last phone and email contact with family and friends on September 10, four days before her estranged husband Michael Xue left New Zealand for Melbourne and then Los Angeles.
Police have issued a warrant for his arrest for the murder of his wife and the abduction of their daughter Qian Xun Xue, and say they are now liaising with Interpol, the FBI and the US Marshall Service to find him.
Meanwhile, the toddler's grandmother Liu Xiaoping, 53, will travel to New Zealand and then on to Australia to try and gain custody of Qian Xun Xue.
"What she is going through now has no doubt left scars on her heart," Ms Liu said.
"The Australian Government and people have given her great caring and support, for which I feel very grateful, but it will take some time for her to recover and walk out of the shadow cast on her heart."
Her grandmother says she is the only one left to care for the girl.
"I'm her closest and most important family member - she's got nobody apart from me," she said.
"Anan [mother Annie] was my only child and she's my only granddaughter. I will do my utmost to bring her up."
Ms Liu wants to take her back to live in China's Hunan Province where she works as the deputy general manager of a large company.
A Chinese politician in New Zealand says the three-year-old girl is best off being reunited with her extended family in China.
Nationals MP Pansy Wong says the girl speaks Mandarin, and her grandmother has given assurances about family connections in China.
"She's a very youthful grandmother, strong woman, they also have uncles," she said.
"Qianxun also has grand-uncles and grand-aunties, so there's a lot of very caring extended family there."
Please continue to pray for this little girl.
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